Some reports indicate recent K-State verbal Isaiah Cook has pulled his commitment from the Wildcats in favor of Oregaon State. A source close to the two-star linebacker shed some light on the situation Friday afternoon.
After committing to Kansas
State earlier this week, California
linebacker Isaiah Cook now seems unsure of his future plans. Despite the
Portland Tribune's report of Cook making the switch from Purple to Oregon
State in Friday's edition, Cook's
father said for now, it's still a rumor.
"It's just a rumor right now," Mr. Cook told KStateFans
Friday afternoon while K-State coaches were holding on the other phone line.
"This is an important time to for these kids and when they're under pressure
things get said. You will know more shortly."
Cook, a two-star ‘backer that had 68 tackles this season,
hosted K-State coach Bill Snyder Monday morning during an in-home visit. The
visit went well, giving Snyder his verbal that morning. However, he has just
wrapped up a visit with Oregon State
"I just thought about it for a long time and felt like it
was the best school for me," Cook said Monday. "I liked Oregon
State a lot. It's a great program,
just like K-State, but going to K-State offers more opportunities to get on the
field sooner. If I went to Oregon State
I would probably have to redshirt, but at K-State I they said I will be
competing for a starting spot as a freshman."
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