HEADLAND, Ala. (WDHN) — Headland’s Conner Cook will soon suit up for Huntingdon football.

The Ram-turned-Hawk says he is so happy that 12 years of hard work has paid off.

In his senior year, the linebacker had 102 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, and four forced fumbles.

Rams head coach Reggie Melton says there is not a day that Cook comes into the weight room that he doesn’t want to work.

Cook believes he will catch on quickly in Montgomery as having four different football coaches in his four years of high school helps him adapt to new scenarios.

“I love that it’s a Christian school,” Cook said. Christianity has always been a big part of my life. They have a good football program already and I hope to contribute to that and keep building on it.”

Cook hopes to play linebacker for the Hawks, but will play anywhere he is needed for the squad.