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'08 Prospect Taylor Cook: Staying in Texas?

'08 Prospect Taylor Cook: Staying in Texas?

The top quarterback prospect from the Lone Star State at the U.S. Army National Combine this weekend is Rice Consolidated's Taylor Cook. He has a good frame and a lot of schools already have their eye on South-Central Texas signal caller. Cook talked to Inside Texas about his interest in staying in or around Texas.

The 6-6, 205-pound Cook mentioned Texas A&M, Texas, Northwestern, Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Oklahoma as schools that have been in contact. "They're just letters, mainly," Cook said. "The...

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