Could Cook see himself as a Sooner?

With day to day continuous recruiting coverage from around the country, SI brings you yet another interview with 2011 OL Brey Cook from Har-Ber HS in Springdale, Arkansas. Cook was awarded a scholarship from the Sooners after having a great performance at Oklahoma camp back in June.

If you are looking for a big and talented offensive lineman to keep an eye on for next season, he resides in Arkansas and his name is Brey Cook.

Cook, a 2011 OT prospect out of Har-Ber High School in Springdale, Arkansas states he is 6-foot-6 and a half and weighs 292-pounds. At that size he's not easy to miss and he can obviously play considering he has offers from Oklahoma, Auburn and Tulsa already.

Cook received his offers by performing well at multiple camps including the Oklahoma camp that took place back in June. Not only did he receive an offer from the Sooners but SoonersIllustrated.com named Cook the Underclassmen Co-MVP of the camp.

"The Oklahoma camp was a lot of fun," stated Cook. "I showed up or obviously they said I showed up so obviously I must have. I must have done something good, something right. So, I just went through the drills and obviously they noticed."

While at the camp Cook was able to work with Coach James Patton which he seemed to be excited about.

"Coach Patton seemed like a great guy and a great coach," Cook explained. "I liked him a lot. He taught me a bunch of stuff and fundamentals. He taught me some drills I can do and he taught us a lot over that one day at camp." In the short time Cook experienced at the Sooner camp it was obvious it quite an impression on him.

"Well obviously they offered me and they like me a lot." Cook said. "I like them too. It's a great school with great history and I'm sure a great future with great facilities. So, what's not to like?"

Cook says he can see himself as a Sooner.

"Yeah I could," Cook said about seeing himself wearing the Crimson and Cream. "Obviously I would keep my options open but I could definitely see myself going there."

Being a 2011 graduate, Cook is taking the recruiting process slow and keeping his options open. However, with the big time offers he's already received he seems intrigued to see who else will throw their hat in the ring for the big offensive lineman in the future.

"I was offered by Oklahoma, Auburn and Tulsa. So I'm just kind of looking around right now."

Cook states there isn't a top school he is looking at in this moment in time.

"Not really," Cook said about having a top team. "I'm just kind of looking at everybody and keeping my eyes open."


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