The 2013 Panhandle Conference freshman of the year helped lead Northwest Florida State to a No. 3 national ranking, a 30-4 record and the NJCAA national championship game ... An all-Panhandle first team selection after averaging 14.9 points, 6.0 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.3 steals and 1.0 blocks per game for the Raiders in 2012-13 ... Also shot 64.9 percent from the field and 34.8 percent from three-point range ... Tabbed an NJCAA all-tournament team pick ... Rated as the No. 6 junior college prospect in the nation by jucorecruiting.com ... Had eight 20-point games with a high of 32 against Alabama Southern C.C. ... Three of those games came in the NJCAA Tournament ... Also had four double-figure rebounding games with a high of 12 against Iowa Western in the NJCAA Tournament ... Redshirted his first season at Northwest Florida (2011-12).
Rated a three-star recruit by both Rivals and Scout ... Named to the MaxPrep Top 100 ... Earned first-team all-state honors as a junior in 2009-10 for Milwaukee Hamilton High School ... Averaged 15.8 points and 7.5 rebounds to lead his team to a 2010 Wisconsin state tournament appearance, a conference title and a 20-4 mark ... Named the 2010 City Conference Player of the Year, first-team all-city and first-team all-area ... Wisconsin Sports Network (WSN) listed him as the best player in Wisconsin in the class of 2011 ... Earned fourth-team all-state honors as a sophomore in 2008-09, averaging 13.6 points and 5.2 rebounds per game ... Netted 7.2 points as a freshman for Milwaukee Bay View (2007-08) ... Averaged 19.7 points and 7.0 rebounds a game in limited action as a senior (2010-11) at Hamilton.
Born Elgin Rashad Cook in Milwaukee, Wis. ... Parents are Alvin Robertson and Cecelia Cook ... Father Alvin was a four-time NBA All-Star with the San Antonio Spurs and the Milwaukee Bucks who won both the 1986 NBA Defensive Player of the Year and the 1986 Most Improved Player award, and was a member of the 1984 U.S. Olympic gold-medal team ... a collegiate star for Arkansas, Alvin Robertson is one of only four players in NBA history to record a quadruple-double and still holds the top career steals-per-game average in the NBA, 2.71 ... Major is undeclared.