Owings Mills (Md.) McDonogh 2015 linebacker Wyatt Cook holds offers from Maryland, Indiana, Old Dominion. Temple, Toledo, Virginia, and Purdue, and there are three of the schools on his list that are beginning to stand out.
"I would say Maryland, Purdue and Virginia, those are probably my top three," Cook said. "I am probably going to get back to those schools this summer."
The 6-foot-2, 230-pounder picked up an offer from Purdue during the spring evaluation period, and he plans to visit campus in late June.
"I have been talking to coach [Marcus] Freeman a lot, so I am looking forward to going out there," Cook said. "He [Freeman] just said that they really like me and they want me to come visit."
Cook said he also hopes to return to both Maryland and Virginia at some point during the summer as well.
"I am going to try to get to Maryland in the next few weeks. I have always gotten along well with my recruiter [Keith Dudzinski] there and they are just down the street," Cook said. "I am probably going to go back to Virginia too, but I am not sure exactly when."
The McDonogh linebacker said when it comes to making a decision, he is in no rush to commit.
"I am not going to commit until after the season next year," Cook said. "I just want to go where I can play early and have an impact on the team."
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