- Committed to Michigan State
- High School:
- Graduation Year:
- Primary Position:
- Secondary Position (s):
- DE, LS, and OT
- 210 lbs
- #1 Most Memorable Game:
- My most memorable game would probably be the Clarkston vs. Lake Orion game because it's the biggest rivalry of the season and it really puts our team to the test.
- Pre-game Traditions:
- I always have the same sandwich from Subway before every game. Also, I always listen to music before the game.
- Post-game Traditions:
- After home games I first go to the pizza party in the cafeteria and talk with my teammates and friends. After away games I always go to dinner with my family and maybe a couple other teammates.
- Athlete you try building your game around:
- There is not someone specific that is a role model to me, I admire all the players that work hard and study the game.
- Anticipated Major:
- Medical Engineering or Orthopedic Surgery.
- 2 years on Varsity
- Greatest High School Achievement:
- Keeping my GPA above 3.9 throughout high school so far.
- Offseason Goal (s):
- I wanted to take a couple visits to some bigger schools. Also I wanted to expose myself to more colleges through recruiting, camps, etc. I also want to become faster.
- 2 Fumble recoveries, 3 caused fumbles, 2 blocked field goals, 13 tackles (3 for losses), 2 sacks.
- Central Michigan
- Eastern Michigan
- Miami, Ohio
- Ball State
- Kent State
- Michigan State (Committed)
- Big Ten, MAC, and Ivy league schools.
- Michigan, Michigan State, Princeton, Penn State, and Wayne State.
- My ability to play multiple positions. During the season a few of our guys had got hurt and was able to step in at LS and OT to help fill the role. Also my awareness of the game and the roles of my teammates around me.
- I play the game smart, coachable, and adaptive.
The D Zone - How has recruiting been going so far for you this season?
Cole Chewins - "I feel it has been going pretty well, I have had a chance to visit Michigan and Michigan State this spring and both visits went great. I plan on going back to both schools soon to visit again. In addition I have recently been added to rivals.com and 247 sports and now The D Zone."
What has been your biggest challenge in High School football so far?
Cole Chewins - "My biggest challenge in high school football so far is that I have to pick multiple things up at a time because I play a variety of positions."
What has been the most memorable part of high school football?
Cole Chewins - "The memorable part of high school football was last season in general. We went 11-1, won a league and district title, and had a great group of guys on the team that everyone loved to be around."
What have you been doing since football season ended?
Cole Chewins - "During the winter I played on the varsity basketball team. In the spring I am running track. In addition, I play on the Michigan Elite 7on7 team. Lastly, I have been lifting and going to camps and combines."
What are keys to performing at your positions?
Cole Chewins - "For TE you have to be able to block and catch. You need to be physical to create holes for the RB. For DE you have to have active hands and keep your leverage. If you don't the offensive lineman can gain position on you. For LS you need to stay calm and collected because special teams plays a huge factor in the game."
What are some personal goals you have set for this upcoming season?
Cole Chewins - "Being on the field as much as possible. 5 TD's, 2 INT's, and 20 tackles. "
If a college coach was interested in having you play on his team and asked you why he should accept you on his team, what would you tell him?
Cole Chewins - "I have the ability to play multiple positions, I am a intelligent player, and get after it at practice to make me and the team better."
Which game stands out the most to you in the 2013 season?
Cole Chewins - "Definitely Lake Orion."
Who is the best player you lined up against on the field?
Cole Chewins - "The best players I have lined up against are David Beedle and Nick Matich. Even though they are on my team every day at practice they are very physical and strong players with quick feet."
Other comments or accolades, awards, etc.?
- The D Zone watchlist of 2015. All-Underclassman at the Elite Big Man Camp (Detroit). All-2nd team at the Elite Big Man Camp (Detroit). Strong Tower Sports Top 2015 O-line.