35 - Jamaine Cook
2010 (Sophomore): Named second-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference...selected as team's John Delserone MVP...played in all 11 games, starting 10...rushed for 1,276 yards on 241 carries and scored 11 touchdowns…finished 13th in the FCS and was second in the MVFC in rushing yards per game...averaged 116.0 yards per game and 5.3 per carry...in MVFC action had 973 yards on 199 attempts and scored eight touchdowns…had six 100-yard rushing efforts highlighted by season-high 213-yard effort on 43 carries at Illinois State…the 43 carries tied for the second most in a game in school history...rushed for more than 100 yards five times in league play…had 167 yards on 26 carries and two scores at Missouri State...scored on a career-long 71-yard run in the first quarter...had 161 yards on 30 attempts at Western Illinois...against UNI had 127 yards on 26 attempts and a touchdown...had 111 yards on 26 carries and a score in victory over nationally-ranked Southern Illinois...had 93 yards on 18 attempts against Butler...scored touchdowns in seven games, including high of three vs. Central Connecticut State…scored twice at Illinois State and Missouri State...caught 25 passes for 219 yards...had a high of six receptions for 31 yards at South Dakota State...had a high of 50 yards on three receptions at Missouri State...caught first career touchdown pass (seven yards) at Illinois State...had 21 kickoff returns for 393 yards...had five returns for 109 yards at SDSU...had long returns of 39 yards against Illinois State and Central Connecticut State...had 1,888 all-purpose yards, 1,445 of which came in conference action…averaged 171.6 all-purpose yards per game...led the MVFC in all-purpose yards per game average...finished the year ranked ninth in the FCS in all-purpose yards per contest...at Illinois State had 311 yards (213 rushing, 50 on kickoff returns and 49 receiving)...had 265 against CCSU (179-75-11)...had seven runs of 30 yards or longer...averaged 6.8 yards per carry on third down on 22 carries...118 of his 241 attempts came on first down...had seven touchdown runs on first down...had 41 attempts in the Red Zone...selected as HBK Offensive Player of the Game against Central Connecticut State, Missouri State, Western Illinois and Illinois State...tabbed Haines Family Player of the Game (Radio) against CCSU, UNI and Illinois State...earned his second letter.
2009 (Freshman): Played in 10 games as a backup tailback and kickoff returner...finished the year with 110 yards on 20 carries...had rushing attempts in six games...had a season-high 45 yards on a season-best six carries versus Austin Peay...had a season-long gain of 19 versus the Governors...had four carries for 28 yards against Southern Illinois...had five rushes for 22 yards against South Dakota State...caught two passes for eight yards...had receptions against South Dakota State and UNI...was second on the team with nine kickoff returns for 191 yards...had a high of two returns for 69 yards against UNI...had a season-long return of 37 versus the Panthers...did not play at Northeastern...one of three true freshmen to see action...named W.O.W./Derek Pixley Hit of the Week versus Western Illinois...earned his first letter.
High School: Special-Mention All-Ohio Division I selection...Division I Northeast Lakes All-District first-team selection...rushed for 1,500 yards and 23 touchdowns as a senior...accounted for 2,008 all-purpose yards...had 305 yards and scored four touchdowns against Olmsted Falls...also returned kickoffs...had a kickoff return for touchdown against Amherst...had 285 yards and five touchdowns against Orange...Meteors were 4-6...named first-team All-Southwestern Conference as a junior...had 1,005 yards and 13 touchdowns...also had 400 yards receiving...set school records for career rushing yards, touchdowns in a game, rushing yards in a game and touchdowns in a season...coach was Vern Long...earned four letters...was a team captain...also played basketball and competed in track and field...named to honor roll.
Personal: Parents are Michelle Cook and Tony Dehaney...born Aug. 19, 1991...has four sisters and two brothers...major is accounting...recipient of the 2011-12 YSU Football Alumni Players Scholarship.