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#96 Xavier Cooper
Position: Defensive Line
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 303
Year: Redshirt Junior
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Wilson
Experience: 2 Letters
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Xavier Cooper
Xavier Cooper
Class:
RS Sophomore

Hometown:
Tacoma, Wash.

High School:
Wilson

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 298

Position:
Defensive Line

Experience:
1V



WSU CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2012):
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 games, starting nine...named All-Pac-12 honorable mention...made 34 tackles including 8.5 for loss, tied for third-most on team...recorded 3.0 sacks and forced one fumble...made one tackle-for-loss in collegiate debut against Eastern Washington...in first career start, made career-high seven tackles, five solo including 3.0 tackles-for-loss and first career sack against Colorado...recorded two tackles, both for loss, against No. 2 Oregon in Seattle...made four tackles at No. 14 Oregon State...made three tackles against California...made six tackles including one sack and forced a fumble at Utah...made two tackles, assisted on a tackle-for-loss against No. 17 UCLA...made six tackles including one sack at Arizona State...made one tackle in Apple Cup win over Washington...presented WSU's Tim Petek Award for strongest man.

FRESHMAN (2011): Enrolled in Jan., 2011 for spring semester and participated in spring drills...redshirted...earned WSU Scout Team Defensive Player of the Week honors against Stanford.

HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Earned three varsity letters in football for coach Don Clegg...also letter three times in basketball...as a SOPHOMORE was the starting tight end on a team that went 5-5...JUNIOR year recorded 55 tackles and 13 sacks as starting defensive end...team posted a 6-5 record...earned all-city first team honors and honorable mention all-league...averaged 13 rebounds as a member of the basketball team...SENIOR season posted 85 tackles, including 11 sacks...team registered a 7-4 record and reached postseason...garnered All-Narrows League First Team honors as well as being an all-city first team selection...Seattle Times White Chip selection.