Dawgs back in hunt for DE

Four-star Tignall (Ga.) defensive end
Richard Cook had been planning an

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official visit to Auburn this weekend, but has changed the date to later this
That's not the only adjustment the
Rivals100 member has made,
Cook (6-4, 265, 4.6) has once again placed Georgia back
in contention and dropped a visit to Florida to accomodate the Bulldogs.
"My last three visits are pretty much solid now," he
said. "I'll be going to Georgia next weekend (1/10), Tennessee after that (1/17)
and Auburn (1/24).
"Georgia has been showing me a lot of interest, being
real straight with me. I decided to take another look at them."
He visited Florida State and Maryland in early December.
Is there a favorite among his top five?
"Nah. I can't say that right now," he said. "These next
three visits will be pretty big. Any of those could wind up being my favorite."
Cook said he's also anticipating an in-home visit from
Tennessee head coach Phil Fulmer in the next week to 10 days.
Cook, rated the No. 6 strongside defensive end in the
nation, finished his senior season with 75 tackles and eight sacks for
Washington-Wilkes (9-3).