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69 Zach Cooper

2017: Did not appear in a game

2016: Played in three games and made two starts…missed time with an injury…part of the offensive that allowed Darrell Bridges to rush for 158 yards against Campbell, earning Big South Offensive Player of the Week

2015: Started all 11 games at center in his first season as a starter…part of the offensive line that helped Darrell Bridges become the first 1,000-yard rusher in PC history

2014: Played in three games…part of the offensive line that allowed PC to rush for 1915 yards, third-most in the Big South…the offensive line only allowed seven sacks in all Big South games, third-fewest in the conference.

High School: Played both offensive and defensive line his senior season for Dorman HS…helped the team to a 7-5 overall record…recorded 29 pancake blocks his senior year…named Upper State Offensive Lineman of the Year for AAAA Region II in 2013…All-State selection as a senior, All-District selection as a junior and as a senior…played in the 2013 Shrine Bowl…also played lacrosse and wrestled…made the A/B Honor Roll and involved in Young Life ministry…choose PC because he loved the people and wanted the challenge academically

Personal: Born Feb. 22, 1996…uncle Louis Jolley played football at North Carolina and went on to play two seasons in the NFL for the Houston Oilers…son of David and Amie Cooper

Position: Offensive Line
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 285
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Roebuck, S.C.
High School: Dorman HS