It came down to two schools for three-star linebacker standout Isaiah Cook (6-3, 195, 4.6) from Claremont, Calif. Cook just returned from a great trip to Oregon State.
But Cook didn’t commit to the Beavers.
Instead he will commit to Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder tomorrow evening when Snyder visits the Cook’s home.
“Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder will be coming into my house tomorrow and I’m going to commit to him,” Cook said.
“I like the style of D at Kansas State and I think I have the best chance at playing one position my entire four year there.”
The Wildcats land a player who was a jack-of-all-trades for Claremont. Cook has played quarterback, running back, safety and linebacker. He projects as a linebacker for Kansas State.
“It came down to Oregon State and Kansas State,” Cook said. “Because both schools have a recent tradition of developing linebackers.”
“A couple of years ago Oregon State had a linebacker go in the first-round of the NFL Draft,” Cook said. “K-State has sent bunch of linebackers to the league.
“I had a great time at Oregon State,” Cook said. “They great facilities and a lot of positives, but I think Kansas State is a better fit for me.”
For a look at Cook in action hit the LINK.