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Cole looking forward to one final season with Saginaw Heritage before turning his attention to Michigan

Football   | Jeff Dullack

Cole looking forward to one final season with Saginaw Heritage before turning his attention to Michigan

SAGINAW – Brian Cole has been a well-known weapon in the state of Michigan over the past two years.

But now, the recent Michigan commit and current Saginaw Heritage star, is looking to leave his mark before heading to Ann Arbor to begin his college career next year.

Part of leaving that mark for Cole is to lead the Hawks to the playoffs and he added that he’s excited for one last season with the teammates he’s grown up playing with.

“We want to make the playoffs and we just want to have each other’s back,” he said. “It feels good, I’ve been playing with these guys my whole life, so it’s just going to be amazing to play one last year out here.”

A season ago Cole was a jack of all trades for Heritage, playing positions all over the field on offense and defense, will likely do much of the same this fall for the Hawksas he looks to improve upon his season where he rushed for over 1,200 yards and grabbed five interceptions in eight games.

Heritage head coach Don Maloney said what makes Cole so dangerous is his ability to create in the open field and his playmaking ability from anywhere on the field is what makes him so dangerous from various positions

“It’s just his athleticism, Brian creates a lot on his own,” he said. “If the blocks