Update: Quinn Cook has partially torn ACL
All-Met Player of the Year Quinn Cook partially tore ligaments in his right knee during this past Saturday's Elite 24 all-star game in Venice Beach, Calif., and will be sidelined at least three months.
Cook, a point guard who has transferred from DeMatha to Oak Hill Academy for his senior year, had an MRI on Monday. He said the injury is not as serious as if he had torn the ACL, which would have required reconstrructive surgery.
While such an injury could threaten a lesser prospect's scholarship outlook, Cook's recruiting should not be affected. It seems right now that Duke could be the team to beat, with Arizona, UCLA and Rutgers among those also under consideration.
| August 31, 2010; 4:14 PM ET
Categories: Basketball, DeMatha, Quinn Cook
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