Player Spotlight: Cole Hesse C/O ’22 Offensive Line/Defensive Line

Cole Hesse is a dominant two-way player in the trenches for Windsor High School in Windsor, Missouri.

Hesse is the fourth player we have written on from this team, as we have already interviewed his quarterback, Kenton Sargent, his tailback, Dalton Witherspoon and Mr. Versatile himself, Dylan Witherspoon.

Hesse was an integral part of a squad that would help the Greyhounds finish the year with a perfect 15-0 record, in addition to a state championship victory, both being firsts in school history.

Hesse was also able to assist the Greyhounds to a conference championship victory in the 2020 season, as well as being the district champions; a feat that they have accomplished in back to back seasons, as they were the district champions in 2019 and 2020.

Hesse was a key part of the offensive line that paved the way for monster offensive numbers on the year, including a 2,500+ yard rusher on the year!

The season totals 1900 yards passing on the year and over 4,300 yards rushing as a team, largely in part due to the offensive line paving the way, with Hesse being one of the top lineman. The team also scored an unprecedented 98 touchdowns on the year!

Defensively, Hesse was a unit, with his 49 tackles on the year, with 9 of them being for a loss. Hesse added 1.5 quarterback sacks and a hurry on the year, as well as forced a fumble and recovered 3 others for good measure.

For his efforts, Hesse brought in several accolades on the year, including 1st Team All-State Honors as an offensive lineman and 1st Team All-District at the defensive line positions, showing his versatility to thrive on either side of the trenches!

The 6’0, 260 pounder already has good size, but he loves the weight-room and he is looking to add to his frame, as he already has a max squat of 350 pounds.

In the classroom, Hesse does not slow down either, with his 3.57 GPA qualifying hi to play next level ball.

While Hesse does not have any offers as of yet, it is hard to see how that will last any longer, considering he and several key players of the state championship team will return for their senior years.

Hesse has teamed up with the My Recruits program with Coach Lou Perrone, who we have previously written on. With Hesse now in the program, you can guarantee the My Recruits difference will show up and show out for him!


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Twitter: @ColeHesse1

Published by Zane Rowland

I love sports and I love helping kids reach their goals and dreams!

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