Claremont, Calif., linebacker Isaiah Cook had said earlier a decision would be coming on whether he would stick with Kansas State or switch his pledge to Oregon State. Has the three-star rated standout made up his mind?
“I am still undecided,” an upbeat Cook said. “I continually think about both schools. I just want to make the best decision for me, since I will be there for the next four years.”
Cook, a 6-foot-3, 195-pounder, is the nation’s No. 15 rated linebacker in the Rivals.com rankings. He committed to Wildcat coach Bill Snyder during an in-home visit last Monday only to change his mind on whether he was ready to offer a verbal commitment.
Oregon State, a school he visited last (Jan. 16), continues to weigh on his mind as well.
“I just want to find the best place for me. I am weighing all of the positives of both schools. I hope to have a decision by the end of the week.”