"Every time I am there, I've been there six times, every time I am up there and I step out onto the field there, I just get chills," Cook told Dawgman.com. "I am amazed by the stadium and what it feels like to be there and be part of the program."
Cook's host on his visit was freshman wideout Aaron Fuller.
"He's a real cool dude. I liked him a lot," Cook said. "Actually I liked all of the guys I met up there.
"We've got some real cool dudes in our class and I feel like I've already built a real strong relationship with them," Cook noted. "That was probably the best part of my trip, getting to see the other recruits and commits and spending time with them and also the players who are already there.
"They all just brought us in and made us feel like family and it's really exciting to think that I can be a part of something like that."
There's been some conjecture by fans that think that Cook, who was measured in at 6'2" and 188 pounds on his trip, could play safety once he arrives, but the talented athlete shut that down pretty quickly.
"The coaches there want me at receiver and that's the position I prefer," Cook said. "I feel like I had a really good senior season and that I improved a lot as a player overall and I can't wait to get back up there and get my Husky career started."
As a senior this past season, while helping to lead his team to an 8-4 record, Cook hauled in 26 passes for 609 yards and eight touchdowns while also posting 92 tackles and five pass breakups on defense.
We'll have more from Cook after he signs his Letter-of-Intent on Februrary 1st.