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Cook Looking Ahead
Kendrick Cook Profile Kendrick had high hopes for Etowah this year, but the team had it's share of ups and downs. "We finished up the year 5-5," said Cook. "I am happy with how I did, but I was hoping things would have gone better for my senior year." The talented tight end reports that he found some positive things to pull from the year's experience. "I felt like I accomplished my goals to a certain extent," said Kendrick. "There were a few spots in there, a couple of good games and a couple of bad games, that hurt us as a whole." Kendrick committed to the Bulldogs of MSU back during the summer and he is encouraged to see his future team put together a nice season. "I am still committed to Mississippi State," said Cook. "I got to go to several games this year. The atmosphere was good. It's just like any other collegiate Saturday, really. The fans are real supportive. Everybody is real supportive especially now that the program has started rolling and having a winning season for the first time in a couple of years. Now everybody is being supportive." Kendrick has picked up on some of the intangible qualities that the Bulldogs appear to possess. "I like how they come together as a team," said Cook. "They rally together to get wins. I like that." Despite his committed status, there are some other schools inquiring with his football coach to gauge the level of Kendrick's commitment. "There are some schools that have been calling and expressing interest in me," said Cook. "Mississippi State is calling me every week and Tennessee is starting to show more interest, but nothing has changed since the summer."
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