Cook sets up his official

When Jonathan Cook committed to Nebraska, he said that he was going to continue to look into other schools. What are his thoughts now?

If you haven't had a chance to see Jonathan Cook play you need to get your hands on some of his film. The 5-foot-11 and 185-pound Cook plays a lot bigger than he is, shows natural instinct and plays on both defense and special teams. Cook says that his Spanish Fort (Ala.) team are doing well so far this year.

"Things are good," Cook said. "We are 6-1 right now. We have two more regional games and we are 4-1 in regionals overall. We will make the playoffs and we want to win state this year."

The Nebraska staff had an opportunity to get and see some of their commitments and top remaining targets this past week because of a bye. Cook was one of the players that said he knows that Nebraska was by his school to talk to his coaches.

"Nebraska came down to see me on Friday. Coach Terry Joseph was here from Nebraska. We had a game on Thursday and he came down the day after. He was in to talk with my coaches."

Cook says that he's a firm commitment and has finally set up his official visit to Nebraska for the Michigan game next weekend. This will be his first time to get a chance to see the school and the town that he committed to so it will be a very important visit.

"I'm firm. I will take my official to Nebraska for the game next weekend to see them play Michigan. I really want to see the crowd, see the town of Lincoln and see the game day atmosphere."

Cook has been on board with Nebraska since August, 9th, but still some schools have continued to recruit Cook. He says that they are all still contacting him. He says that he is committed and has his mind set up.

"There are some schools that have continued to recruit me. Ole Miss, Minnesota, Alabama and Auburn are all still recruiting me. I am verbally committed to Nebraska and I have my mind made up."

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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