UNLV CAREER Cook enters his second season in the Runnin' Rebel program in 2013-14.
FRESHMAN (2012-13) Earned Academic All-Mountain West honors ... One of four true freshmen to get court time for the Runnin' Rebels ... Played in 25 games as a rookie ... Made his debut in the ninth game of the year - Dec. 13 vs. La Verne at Orleans Arena ... Logged a season-high 17 minutes in that game ... Scored a career-high four points and tallied a career-high three assists in that contest ... Recorded two steals in a win over Chicago State on Jan. 3.
HIGH SCHOOL A 2012 graduate of St. Frances Academy in Baltimore, Md. ... Named to the Baltimore Sun's All-Metro second team as both a junior and senior ... Was coached by Nicholas Myles at St. Frances ... Played his junior season at Digital Harbor High School ... Averaged 21.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game ... Led his teams to two state championships in the Maryland state 2A finals ... Played on the U.S. Elite Select Under-19 team that won the gold medal in 2011 ... Scored 31 points in the championship game against Italy and earned MVP honors ... Named the MVP of the 16-and-under Super Showcase in Orlando, Fla., in July 2011.
PERSONAL Daquan Linwood Cook was born Dec. 1, 1994, in Baltimore, Md. ... Has not declared a major ... The son of Jeanette Woodson and Allen Cook ... Has a younger brother, Demetrius Mims (13), and a younger sister, Alia Austin (5) ... Credits his father as his biggest influence because he inspired him to play.