Jonathan Cook talks camps

Jonathan Cook, three-star cornerback from Spanish Fort High School in Ala., attended camps last week at a couple of SEC schools. He spent more time with one of the coaching staffs. Andrew Bone has the latest news...

"I went to the Alabama camp last week," said Jonathan Cook. "I had fun there. I talked to coach Saban at the end. He told me he wants me to come. He said at worst they want me to come in January.

"He said they have offered most of their scholarships. He wants me there though. He wants to talk to my parents when our team goes up for 7-on-7.

"I felt like I did really good at the camp. There wasn't anyone who could beat me. I had two interceptions. One guy caught a pass when I slipped, but that was it.

"I talked to coach Pruitt. I always talk to him. He wants me to come up there. They wanted to see me run my 40. I ran a 4.56 out there."

Cook did not hesitate when asked his top schools.

"Alabama is where I want to be," he said. "It's my top school. I think they have the best DB coach. That's who I want to be coached by. I just like everything. Thar's where I want to go."

Cook also performed well at Auburn's camp. He didn't have much interaction with the coaching staff.

"The Auburn camp was all right," Cook said. "There wasn't anyone who caught passes on me. I talked to coach Martinez before the camp. That was about it. Nobody caught anything on me. I had an interception. I am not sure what they are waiting on.

"Coach Martinez likes me a lot. He is glad I came out to the camp. He is the only coach I talked to. The camp was all right though. That's about it."

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