With his play as of late, Tyran Cook continues to show that he is one of the top prospects in Wisconsin’s 2023 class. After averaging 22.5 points and 7.8 rebounds per game at Waukesha South High School this past season to earn himself Player of the Year honors in his conference, Cook’s game has only continued to climb recently while playing with Team Haliburton. Throughout the entire spring, he impressed with his wide range of abilities. 

“All-around” is the first thing Cook said to describe his own game. A few other terms that he used included three level scorer, energy, great rebounder, court vision, good defender, and great teammate. He is a skilled combo guard with that is a dynamic playmaker with a versatile skill set. The junior is an elite scorer going to the basket but can also create his own shot from the outside. He is a guard with a nice blend of athleticism and strength. 

There are a few aspects of his game he has worked to improve upon. “My game as a point guard, learning how to get my teammates involved also whole getting my shots. Being unselfish and just playing the right way, playing with pace and controlling the game,” Cook said. 

With his array of abilities, there are plenty of division one programs that have shown interest in Cook. Coastal Carolina, Cornell, Georgia Tech, Murray State, North Dakota, Princeton, South Dakota, and UC-Davis are all amongst the schools. As well, Cook has visited Wisconsin-Milwaukee multiple times plus he will be visiting North Dakota soon.