Big 12 Conference
190 lb (86 kg)
6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
January 5, 1995 (age 29) Harlem, New York (
St. Anthony (Union City, New Jersey)
DeLayne Cooke, Robert Cooke
Jarryd Cooke, Krystal Cooke
Oregon State Beavers men's basketball, Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball
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Hallice Cooke (born January 5, 1995) is an American college basketball player sitting out a transfer year with the Nevada Wolf Pack.
- Meet the beavs hallice cooke 3 mbkb
- Hallice cooke freshman mixtape
- Early life and high school career
- Freshman season
- Redshirt season
Hallice cooke freshman mixtape
Early life and high school career
Hallice grew up in Union City, New Jersey and played at St. Anthony High School for legendary coach Bob Hurley. His team went 28-2 as a senior and was ranked the 45th best guard in the nation by Rivals.com. He earned MVP honors at the 2013 SNY Invitational after scoring game-high 22 points as St. Anthony won its 81st consecutive game. Cooke played in West Coast All-Star Classic, Mary Kline Classic and Schoolboy Classic in 2013 and played in Sports U AAU program, which is same program as future Cyclone teammate Dustin Hogue.
Cooke played in all 32 games making 18 starts for the Beavers, he averaged 8.2 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 2.5 assists. He earned Pac-12 All-Freshman Honorable Mention honors and finished second in the conference in three-point field goal percentage (.456). He hit 41 three-pointers, the fourth most by a freshman in Oregon State history. Hallice scored in double figures 10 times, including 20 or more points twice and made a three-pointer in 13 consecutive games. Cooke scored 16 points in first career start against Stanford, tallied 20 points against UCLA, and scored career-high 23 points in final game of the season against Radford.
At the end of the season, Cooke transferred to Iowa State. Hallice sat out the 2014-15 season due to NCAA eligibility rules. Cooke took advantage of his redshirt season by having cartilage tears in both hips surgically repaired. He recuperated for five months in his home town of Union City, New Jersey.