At Michigan ... two-year letterman ... switched from jersey #12 to #16 prior to 2009 spring drills ... switched to jersey #17 prior to 2009 season ... played in four career games.
Senior/Junior (2009) ... earned second varsity letter ... played quarterback vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5) ... set career highs at quarterback against Delaware State (Oct. 17), going 3-of-3 for 54 yards and throwing a 29-yard career long pass.
Junior/Sophomore (2008) ... earned first varsity letter ... team's third string quarterback and backup holder ... did not seen game action.
Sophomore (2007) ... made career debut as backup quarterback vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 15) ... completed his first career pass against Minnesota (Oct. 27), a 21-yard strike to tight end Andre Criswell on the last play of the game.
Freshman (2006) ... did not see game action.
Prep ... attended Statesboro High School (2006) coached by Steve Pennington ... tallied a career record of 40-4-1, while leading Statesboro to three straight Class AAAA state-championship games, winning once ... three-year starter at quarterback ... posted a 15-0 record and claimed the state championship as a senior ... went 14-1 as a starter in sophomore and junior seasons, losing in state championship game both years ... Key Statistics... completed 194-of-395 passes for 3,042 yards during his career, with 27 touchdown passes and nine interceptions ... went 68-of-132 for 1,320 yards and threw 13 touchdowns during senior season ... passed for 1,015 yards and tossed seven touchdowns as a junior in a wish-bone offense ... Honors and Rankings... three-star prospect and rated as the No. 33 pro-style quarterback prospect by Rivals.com ... Other Sports... right-handed pitcher in baseball ... played varsity as a sophomore and junior.
Personal ... David Adam Cone was born December 13, 1987 in Greenville, N.C. ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... undeclared major.
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