Elite five-star LSU cornerback target Anthony Cook from Houston, TX will be making his college decision on December 20, according to ESPN Recruiting Analyst Gerry Hamilton.

He will likely be deciding between Ohio State, Texas, and LSU.

Cook, a 6-0, 168-pound prospect from Lamar High School is rated the No. 2 cornerback in the country and the No. 1 overall player from the state of Texas for the class of 2018, according to Rivals and 247 Sports.

For more info on Cook, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.


CB Anthony Cook 24/7 crystal ball predictions: Texas 87%, Ohio St. 9%, LSU 4%. LSU is predicted to pull #1 CB prospect in the Country Patrick Surtain, Louisiana #1 DB prospect Kelvin Joseph and Evangel swiss army knife Ar'Darius Washington in the 2018 class. Now to add CB Anthony Cook to this class is a fantasy a dream come through that would give this team the greatest DB class in the history of LSU. Adding this class to the secondary we already have and the LB's and DL we have coming in added to the DL and LB's we already have our defense is going to be lethal next year and should have the best in the SEC and one of the best in the Country. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!!!!!PURPLEREIGN???????
Reply12 months
Lamar redskins 4 life sonnn
Reply12 months
Question: Why does Texas have the #2 ranked recruiting class when a lot of Texas players are leaving because they HATE Tom Herman?
Reply12 months
They probably hate being kissed by their coach! Can’t say I blame em.
12 months
Serious question, are a lot of players really leaving Texas? Does Tom Herman have issues there?
12 months
Serious question, are a lot of players really leaving Texas? Does Tom Herman have issues there?
12 months
O doing work.
Reply12 months
He does have two former teammates on the LSU team. One is the starting freshman safety - Grant Delpit. He knows if Eaux says he has a chance to not only play but start he is telling the truth.
Reply12 months
Reel em in, boys! Keep the Texas pipeline coming!
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