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2022 PFN Player Profile: Cooper Rother – Bishop Guilfoyle

Written by: on Saturday, June 18th, 2022

 

Cooper Rother
Bishop Guilfoyle
Class Of 2023
Jersey #13
RB/Slot/Corner
HT/WT5’10” 180 lbs
Career stats 1,603 rushing yards 15 TDs 50 receptions for 711 yards 3 TDs 3,255 All Purpose Yards 177 Total Tackles and 5 Ints
Other sports Baseball
2x All State 3x All Area State Champ 3x District Champ
Twitter @CooperRother


Why do you play football?
I play football because of time spent around my teammates that creates bonds, and to compete against other high level athletes.

Who is your favorite sports star and why?
Christian McCaffery because I love his style and his work ethic.

Do you have a favorite play you remember the most? Explain:
The hitch and go we ran in the state championship the put us in the red zone for the game winning touchdown.

What are your goals for this coming season?
A district championship and then hopefully another state championship

What is your favorite Pro team, any sport?
Pittsburgh Steelers

What game, yours, college or pro, was your favorite game and why?
BG vs Juniata Valley 2021 because we were down 2 scores with 7 minutes left and scratch and fight our way back to win the game.

Name one thing that you’d love to do in football that may never happen?
Make it to the NFL

Name a sport you’d love to play but can’t:
Handball

Is there anyone in your family, besides your parents, you could consider your biggest fan? Who, Why?
My Pap because he tries to make it to everyone of my sporting events no matters where’s he’s at and he will text me after every game to talk about the game.

When you aren’t playing, practicing or training for sports, what is your go to activity and why?
Hanging out at one of my friends houses.

What is your favorite vacation destination?
Myrtle Beach

Do you remember what the first football game you saw was?
The first one I remember was the National Championship with Oregon vs Auburn and Cam Newton

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