University of Miami Canes All Stars
Leo
Armbrust
Michael
Azer
Ray
Bellamy
Donnell
Bennett
Albert
Bentley
Damien
Berry
Kenny
Berry
Bennie
Blades
Kevin
Brinkworth
Melvin
Bratton
Matt
Britton
Hurlie
Brown
Ryan
Clement
Ryan
Collins
Mark
Cooper
Mike
Crissy
Ricou
Deshaw
Gary
Dunn
Stevie
Edwards
Jason
Fox
Bubba
Franks
Kevin
Frasier
David
Gil
Joaquin Gonzalez
Casey
Greer
Anthony Hamlet
Bobby
Harden
Dennis
Harrah
Kelvin
Harris
David Heffernan
Ted
Hendricks
Randal
Hill
Quadtrine
Hill
Michael
Irvin
Andre
Johnson
Jimmy
Johnson
Michael
Johnson
Claude
Jones
K.C.
Jones
Art
Kehoe
Andrew
Lane
Michael
Langley
Damione
Lewis
Ray
Lewis
Larry
Luttrell
Bryant McKinnie
Rich
Mercier
Eric
Miller
Stephen
Moser
Damon
Neeley
Sherko
Rasouli
Jevon
Rhodes
Brett
Romberg
Alex
Santos
Warren
Sapp
Eric
Schnupp
 
Jeremy
Shockey
Dan
Sileo
Darrin
Smith
Don
Soldinger
James
Stewart
Daniel
Stubbs
AC
Tellison
Jason Setchen
Scott
Provin
Rob
Word
Jake
Byrne
 
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Mark Cooper
Mark was recruited to the University of Miami under Lou Saban who later left and was replaced by Howard Schnellenberger (who Mark says he owes his career to). Mark went to Miami as a tight-end and moved to tackle his junior year and excelled to receive two Player of the Game Awards, against Notre Dame and North Carolina, then was voted the Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman, 1982, presented by the Miami Touchdown Club. And later was voted to a Miami All-Time Team by the Miami Herald. Mark was a 2nd Team All South Independent All American by the Associated Press. Mark Played in the East West Shrine Game and the North-South Senior Bowl and was drafted by the Denver Broncos as a 2nd round draft pick in 1983, playing seven years in the NFL. Mark played four years with the Denver Broncos (1983-1986) and three years with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1987-1989). While with the Broncos, he was a member of the 1986 AFC Championship Team that played the Cleveland Browns in the famous AFC Championship game labeled �The Drive� and in SuperBowl XXI of the same season in Pasadena against the New York Giants. Throughout his career he protected quarterbacks like Jim Kelly in college, then John Elway, Vinny Testaverde and Steve Deberg and Joe Ferguson. Mark now resides in Colorado with his wife Nancy and two sons, Michael and Cameron. He is involved in real estate sales and mortgage financing throughout the Denver metro area. He travels extensively and enjoys recreational and tournament fly fishing, outdoor writing and has been published in the Redbone Journal, The Denver Post, Florida Sportsman, and the Key West Magazine along with other magazines.
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