Like his beloved Washington Redskins, Quinn Cook managed to do some pretty big things during the 2015 (and in Quinn's case the 2016) season.
On Monday, Quinn, who plays for the Canton Charge, was named the National Basketball Association Developmental League Rookie of the Year.
Quinn averaged 19.6 points per game along with 4.5 assists.
The former Duke point guard went undrafted in 2015, but was quickly gobbled up by the Cleveland Cavaliers franchise before being placed on the Charge.
Quinn is a native of Washington, D.C., and when he's not playing basketball, he's rooting for his hometown Redskins.
He also sold concessions at FedExField at one point, too.
"I'm a Redskins fan. I'm a big-time Redskins fan," Cook told “The Dan Patrick Show” last year.
And he's a pretty big fan of fellow Duke product Jamison Crowder.
Congrats, Quinn! Keep repping the Redskins wherever you go.