Cook Hearing from Ron West

Jared Cook, one of the top receivers in Georgia, continues to play the waiting game to see who will offer as he completes his senior season. The Clemson Tigers are one of several schools considering an offer. CUTigers.com caught up with the talented receiver to get the latest on his senior season and his travel plans.

The 6-foot-5, 210 pound prospect has led Gwinnett High to a great start on the 2004 campaign. "We are 7-1 on the season. This week we won 44-10. I had three catches for 45 yards and 1 touchdown," Cook told CUTigers.com in a recent interview.

On the season, Cook has a very impressive 25 catches for over 490 yards and 8 touchdowns.

The offer list still stands at one for the Suwanee standout. "Mississippi State is my only offer. Georgia may be close to offering. Auburn may be close also," said Cook.

When asked who his leader is, Cook responded, "Mississippi State is still my leader."

Clemson assistant coach Ron West is recruiting the talented receiver for the Tigers. "Coach West called me last Thursday actually. He just talked to me about how he wants me to come visit."

The promising prospect will be in Death Valley later this season to see the Tigers. "I am going to Clemson for a game in November. I will be there for the South Carolina game."

The offer list will impact when Cook decides to make a commitment. "I'm not sure when I will make my decision. It all depends on who gives me an offer."

Cook does not know when he will make a commitment, but he does know what he will consider when making his big decision. "I will be looking at the atmosphere at the school. I will also look at the coaching staff and the size of the school," said the senior wide out.

We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Georgia, right up through signing day 2005.

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