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Tight End Attracting Pac-10 Attention

Tight End Attracting Pac-10 Attention

Merced (Calif.) tight end Kenny Cooper played in only six games in the 2007 season. Yet even his partial resume still earned him all-area, all-district and all-conference honors in 2007, and more importantly scholarship offers from three schools. Arizona State is the latest program to extend Cooper an offer and Devils Digest caught up with him tonight to get the latest on his recruitment.

"My coach told me that ASU called last week and offered me a scholarship," said the 6-4 235 Kenny Cooper. "They've been recruiting me since the end of last season. I like the program, they were pretty productive last year and I think I can come in there and play right away. So, I have big hopes for Arizona State." Cooper suffered a concussion in week 2, and was able to come back for the home...

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