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Friday / July 12.
  • Oregon lands Georgetown transfer Supreme Cook

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    Georgetown transfer big man Supreme Cook will travel out West and play for Dana Altman and Oregon next season, per his Instagram page.

    “I will be finishing my academic and athletic career at University of Oregon,” Cook’s commitment post caption said. “I would like to thank my family, the New Jersey Roadrunners, the Oregon men’s basketball staff and everyone who has helped me get to this point. Go Ducks!.”

    Cook — the 6-foot-9, 230-pound big from East Orange, N.J. — averaged 10.5 points and 8.0 rebounds for Ed Cooley and Georgetown last season. Cook started his career at Fairfield and played there for three seasons. Cook has just one year of eligibility left.

    Altman now has four transfer portal additions this offseason including Cook, former Stanford power forward Brandon Angel, former Toledo guard Ra’Heim Moss and former Villanova guard TJ Bamba.

    “Supreme is just beginning to scratch the surface on his versatility as player,” Peddie (NJ) School coach Joe Rulewich told ZAGSBLOG. “His power and strength combined with his developing range as a face-the-basket forward, are going to help him make an immediate impact at Oregon.

    “And Supreme’s natural ability and instinct to rebound the basketball will travel with him out to the West Coast. Oregon is getting a terrific teammate and leader on top of everything.”

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