Texas Longhorns Signee Johntay Cook Shades Oklahoma Under Armour All-American Class

Texas Longhorns Signee Johntay Cook Shades Oklahoma Under Armour All-American Class

Texas Longhorns Signee for wide receiver Johntay Cook He isn’t afraid of speaking his mind.

Only last week The All-American Under Armour practicesCook expressed his disgust for Oklahoma’s arch-rival Longhorns. Telling reporters how he feels about the Sooners.

Cook stated, “I don’t want to lose at OU in my college career at any cost.” “I freaking don’t like OU.”

Cook didn’t stop there.

Cook made a mockery of the Sooners Under Armour All American players on Tuesday and publicly stated that he would choose his class over Oklahoma’s.

Cook tweeted, “I like my five more than dat.”

Cook is, of course. He is also participating in the Under Armour All-American Game as a member, Team Phantom, along with his future teammates, Derek Williams. Manny Muhammad, Cedric BaxterSydir Mitchell.

And All accountsCook, along with the other Horns signees have been dominating the proceedings at Orlando.

Steve Sarkisian, Texas’ head coach, also loves his future No. 1 wideout.

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Sarkisian stated, “Electric,” on Longhorn Network. “This guy is a professional playing high school football… He was the man we kind of chose as the country. He was the No. 1 receiver on our board. He was the No. 1 receiver in the nation. “I think this guy will come in here and make a huge impact on our program.”

Cook will be on the field at Camping World Stadium Tuesday evening with his future Longhorn teammates. He hopes to show the nation that he has the ability to produce electricity.

Perhaps to his future rivals in Norman.


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