One of the top juniors in all of Wisconsin this season has been Tyran Cook of Waukesha South High School. Right now, the 6’2” guard is averaging a lofty 23.3 points per game. Not only does he lead his team in scoring, but also in rebounding remarkably with 7.4 per game. 

“My athletic ability, shot creation, mid-range shot, playmaking out of pick and roll, good on ball defender,” are just of the things Cook contributed to his impressive play during this season. With all his abilities Cook is one of the toughest players to defend in Wisconsin. He plays extremely well with the ball in his hands. Cook is tremendous at getting to the basket and finishing at a high rate as well as being able to create his own shot in the mid-range. A couple NBA players Cook compares his game to is Ja Morant and De’Aaron Fox. 

Cook and Waukesha South currently stand at 17-4 on the season with three games to left in the regular season. They are currently on an eight-game win streak in which Cook has averaged 26.9 points a game. For the rest of the Cook is looking for his team to win the Classic Eight Conference and make a deep run in the state playoffs as well as win conference player of the year. 

Cook is currently receiving interest from several division one programs. The 2023 guard plays with Team Haliburton.