DeMatha's Cook became the man of the house
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DeMatha's Cook became the man of the house

One of the nation's top recruits, DeMatha junior Quinn Cook talks about how the 2008 death of his 48-year-old father Ted required him to become the man of the house. The area's leading three-point shooter, Cook is getting recruited by top schools like Georgetown, Maryland, North Carolina, Kansas, Kentucky and many more. (Video by Synthesis/Koubaroulis LLC/The Washington Post)

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