Update, 1:50 p.m., June 30: Almost three months after enlisting in Oklahoma state, Jordan Cook of Duncanville, the Dallas-area top linebacker rookie for the 2022 class, has reopened his recruitment.
âI am blessed and appreciate the opportunities that the state of Oklahoma has given me,â Cook said via Twitter. âThe outlook for the game has changed dramatically since my last visit to schools before Covid. After further consideration and several conversations with my family and the Duncanville coaches, I decided to opt out of Oklahoma State University. Thanks to the Oklahoma State staff.
Cook is the 8th player overall The Dallas Morning News’ Top 100 Zone recruits. He still holds offers from Baylor, Michigan, and Nebraska, among other schools.
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The State of Oklahoma has secured the hiring of another top recruit in its 2022 class.
Duncanville’s Jordan Crook, No.1 linebacker and No.9 player overall The Dallas Morning News’ Area Top 50, announced Tuesday its engagement via Twitter.
He joins Ollie Gordon of Eless Trinity (No. 1 running back, No. 13 overall) and Frisco Lone Star’s Garret Rangel (No. 2 quarterback, No. 29 overall) in the 2022 class of Oklahoma State. The Cowboys have 10 members in the 2022 class, according to 247Sport, and is currently ranked No. 10 nationally.
After starting his high school career at Mansfield Lake Ridge, Crook played his second season at Bishop Lynch where he played both in offense and defense. He ran 28 times for 148 yards and three touchdowns. He also had three touchdown receptions.
He transferred to Duncanville for his junior season where he finished the season with 93 tackles in 12 games, including seven tackles for a loss and six sacks. He also had three interceptions and two defensive touchdowns. He was named first team linebacker on The news’ all-terrain team.
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