Sneha Girap (Editor)

Mason Cole

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Class  Sophomore
Name  Mason Cole
Role  American football player

Height  6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
College  University of Michigan
Weight  292 lb (132 kg)
Positions  Tackle
Mason Cole The Michigan Journal Michigan true freshman Mason Cole
Date of birth  (1996-03-28) March 28, 1996 (age 19)

High school  East Lake High School

Michigan OL Mason Cole Might Just be the NFL's Next Ironman

Mason Cole (born March 28, 1996) is an American football player. He currently plays at the center position for the 2016 Michigan Wolverines football team.


Mason Cole Michigan39s Freshman Offensive Tackle in Uncharted Waters

Mason cole talks offensive line

Early years

Mason Cole Cole Tabbed Freshman AllAmerican

Cole was born in 1996. He grew up in Tarpon Springs, Florida, and attended East Lake High School. He was a four-year starter for the East Lake football team and was a participant in the 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. He was also a first-team all-state player in Florida during the 2013 season. Cole's high school coach, Bob Hudson, said of him: "He's that guy, as a coach, that you want a whole team of. He does what he's supposed to do. He stays out of trouble. He's not late to meetings. He's not lazy. He's always moving. He's coachable. He can take criticism. He doesn't need praise every play. He's what you dream of as a coach."


Mason Cole Michigan left tackle Mason Cole takes on center spot in

Cole had scholarship offers from numerous universities, including Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Ohio State. In February 2013, he announced his verbal commitment to the University of Michigan.

Mason Cole Florida high school sports East Lake LT Mason Cole39s one

Cole enrolled early at Michigan in January 2014 at age 17. Cole was impressive in spring practice and in fall practice, leading to speculation that he might start as a true freshman. Running back Justice Hayes said: "Mason is a phenomenal player, he is a freshman but he doesn't play like it at all. He plays like he's been there for a couple years."

Mason Cole aespncdncomcombineriimgiheadshotsrecruiti

On August 30, 2014, at age 18, Cole became the first Michigan offensive lineman to start in the season opener of his true freshman season, and the first to start at left tackle as a true freshman. Since true freshmen became eligible in 1972, only five have started any games on Michigan's offensive line: Bubba Paris (one game in 1978), Tom Dixon (one game in 1980), Dean Dingman (three games in 1987), Justin Boren (one game in 2006) and Kyle Bosch (three games in 2013). In the 2014 season opener, Michigan backs set a Michigan single-game record with 9.7 yards per carry (350 yards on 36 carries), and the offensive line was credited with the outburst.

Following the 2016 season, Cole was named to the All-Big Ten offensive second-team, by both the coaches and media.


Mason Cole Wikipedia

Similar Topics
On Line
Trent Bryant
Mariam Stepanyan