Planning official to Nebraska

There is a position or two in the 2013 class for Nebraska that is up in the air. One of those positions is the cornerback spot. Nebraska made a recent offer to this cornerback from Alabama and they have made a great impression so far. Which weekend is this lock-down cornerback planning on visiting Nebraska?

Jonathan Cook from Spanish Fort (Ala.) has been spending a lot of time this summer working out. There wasn't one thing in particular that he wanted to improve on. He says that he just wanted to become a better player overall.

"I have been working hard," Cook said. "We only have two or three weeks left in the summer. I really wanted to just become a better cornerback overall. I wanted to get better at everything."

Cook is a very good looking cornerback. At 5-foot-11 and 175-pounds Cook has the size that you look for in a corner, but he also has tremendous athleticism as well.

"I can play good man to man coverage and I am good in the zone. I can play both well. I had 65 tackles and six interceptions last year as a junior."

There were three trips that Cook took earlier in the summer and he says that the other trips that he will take will be official visits. He says that he knows who two of those official visits will go to.

"I took visits to Alabama, Auburn and Ole Miss this summer. I am waiting for official visits before any more trips. I am going to take an official visit to Nebraska and maybe Minnesota."

Nebraska has a tradition that Cook likes. He knows that Nebraska has produced some quality players in the defensive secondary and he's already developing a relationship with two key coaches at Nebraska.

"I am going to Nebraska for the Michigan game. I think that Nebraska looks pretty good. I like them a lot. I like their defense. They have had some good corners like Prince Amukamara.

"Coach Terry Joseph is recruiting me. He's really cool. I also talk to Coach J.P. He's the defensive coordinator and I talk to both of them a lot from Nebraska."

Bryan Munson has worked with Big Red Report for 10 years covering recruiting and football and has covered Nebraska recruiting for 12 years.
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