What TCU gets in 2023 due to Cameron Cook’s return
Sonny Dykes and TCU added a priority target of offense as July draws to a close.
The Round Rock (Texas) of 2023 is coming back Cameron Cook announced its commitment to Horned Frogs on Tuesday night. Cook chose TCU over the finalists Cal and Texas. Kansas State also a big competitor for a long time.
The Horned Frog prioritized Cook throughout the hiring process. It’s a team effort for TCU, with the coach supporting Anthony Jones and recruitment coordinator Bryan Carrington fee leader.
The relationship the Forth Worth program built with the return to action finally paid off on Tuesday.
At ages 5-10 and 180, Cook is a versatile comeback that makes all the difference as a promoter and as a receiver. He provides a dynamic element that makes him an easy target for Dykes and his teammates as the Horned Frogs look for weapons on the attacking side of the ball.
Cook is an electric back in the open field. He uses his impressive vision and slick play to dodge obstacles and find space. Cook averaged more than eight yards per run as a student while playing soccer at a Texas high school just outside of Austin. He has untapped potential in the passing game, which TCU staff will try to exploit to the fullest at the college level.
TCU has added commitments from receivers Cordale Russell, Rohan Fluellenand Jordyn Bailey beyond the tight end Lafayette Kaiuway when the Horned Frog accumulates talents in skill positions. Cook provided Dykes and company with another attacking threat that could score from anywhere on the field.
Opponents rate Cameron Cook as a three-star 5.7 prospect, recruiting No. 62 in Texas and a versatile No. 9 returning in the 2023 recruiting cycle. He became the 16th player to join the team. Horned Frogs in Sonny Dykes’ first full class in Funky Town.