Cory Cooperwood: From High School Phenom to JUCO Transfer
Cory Cooperwood is a 6'6" forward out of Wallace State who has improved dramatically since leaving his high school, Riverview High, in Searcy, Arkansas.
Cooperwood is a JUCO athlete, but is worth the scholarship.
He is only 6'6 maybe 6'7 He is getting 16 points a game, eight rebounds, 69 percent from the charity stripe, two assists, and 52 percent from the field.
In high-school, Cooperwood advanced to the Arkansas 3-A Final Four in his senior season, but failed to capture a state championship.
The Riverveiw Raiders won state the next year with his former teammate at Wallace State Tony Hall. Tony dropped out a few weeks ago.
I didn’t attend the high school at the same time as this big fella, but he is a beast up close. I see him at school all the time as he visits and each time I see him he is bigger.
Cooperwood hits the weight room, and hits it hard. He is a great team player, and can stay out of trouble off the court.
I think he would make a good player for any college team in the nation, Arkansas in particular. Coopoerwood can fit there style of play to. Even though he is big, he is fast and can run the court.
The Hogs are losing Darian Towns, Charles Thomas, and Steven Hill this year. All three of them are starters in the front court for the Razorbacks.
Cooperwood has expressed interest in the Hogs to all of his friends and family, making it clear he wants to play for head coach Pelphry.
Good luck Cory.
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