Three-star linebacker standout Isaiah Cook (6-3, 195, 4.6) from Claremont, Calif., is having a tough time trying to decide where he is going to hang his hat for the next four years. Kansas State and Oregon State are in a see-saw battle for his services.
Cook committed to the Wildcats last Sunday and then had a severe case of buyer’s remorse and backed away from his K State commit. He was even rumored to be an Oregon State pledge.
“I really like both schools,” Cook said. “It is a real tough decision for me.”
“I have to weigh my options,” Cook said. “I will make up my mind for sure on Tuesday.”
Cook is a player who was a jack-of-all-trades for Claremont. He has played quarterback, running back, safety and linebacker. He projects as a linebacker for both Oregon State and Kansas State.
It looks like it will be a tension filled two days for the staffs and the fans of the Wildcats and Beavers.