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HOYA SAXA! Fairfield Transfer Forward Supreme Cook Commits to Georgetown Hoyas (Updated)

The 6’9” rising senior from East Orange, NJ will reportedly join Cooley’s roster

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UPDATE: It’s official! Supreme Cook is a Hoya.

Supreme Cook, a 6-foot-9 rising senior from East Orange, N.J., and a transfer from Fairfield, is reportedly joining your Georgetown Hoyas. Coming off an impressive season in the MAAC, where he averaged 13.1 points and 8.5 rebounds, Cook will hopefully bring valuable experience to Ed Cooley’s roster full of new faces.

Everything points to Cook being an effective low-post presence and high-energy rebounder. Cook averaged 26.2 minutes per game, making 4.8 of 8.8 field goal attempts a night (54.4%), and only 2 personal fouls per game last year, fouling out only against Mercer and Iona. Cook grabbed 3.3 offensive rebounds per game and 5.2 defensive rebounds (8.5 RPG). Cook is a career 252-404 from the charity stripe (62.4%).

When formally announced or confirmed, the 6’9” Cook will join a Hoyas front court with 6’10” Akok Akok and 7’2” Ryan Mutombo.

Here are some links and videos for Cook:

Supreme Cook Selected to All-MAAC Third Team |

Fairfield University Men’s Basketball standout Supreme Cook has been named to the All-MAAC Third Team, as announced on Monday by the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference office and voted upon by the league’s head coaches. Cook leads the Stags with 13.3 points per game and ranks third in the conference with a team-best 8.5 rebounds per contest...

This season, Cook and Marist’s Patrick Gardner – a Second Team pick – are the only two MAAC players to lead their respective teams in both points and rebounds.

Cook bolstered his 13.3 points and 8.5 rebounds per game with eight double-doubles, the second-most in the MAAC this season. He also ranks fifth in the MAAC in field goal percentage (.549) and slots second in both free throws made (104) and attempted (165).

Most recently, Cook scored a career-high 26 points on 12-for-15 shooting from the field in the Stags’ 92-82 win over Quinnipiac to cap the regular season at Leo D. Mahoney Arena. His showing against the Bobcats boosted his totals against MAAC opponents to 13.1 points per game on .537 shooting and 8.9 rebounds per game.

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Besides the elite name, the 6’8 power forward was an All-MAAC performer that led the team in both points and rebounds. Cook oddly had a pair of 17-point and 17-rebound games during the season, along with a career-high 26 points on 12/15 shooting against Quinnipiac. He had eight double-doubles overall and was a fairly consistent offensive player overall.

Supreme Cook |

Cook joined the Stags basketball program after spending last [high school] season at The Peddie School. The forward also attended East Orange Campus High School for three years and St. Benedict’s Prep for one year before enrolling at the Peddie School. Cook played AAU basketball with the New Jersey Roadrunners, the same program which featured current Fairfield University guard Taj Benning.

He has been a scorer throughout his scholastic career, posting 10 or more points on average since his sophomore season... Cook garnered several post-season honors from, earning second-team All-State Independent/Prep and a spot on site’s All-Rebounding first team. His efforts are around the rim have also been noticed defensively as he averaged better than three blocks per game through his career. He served as Peddie’s team captain for the 2019-20 campaign.

Welcome, Supreme! HOYA SAXA!