Throughout the past year, Tyran Cook has continued to prove he is one of the top unsigned seniors in not just Wisconsin but all of the Midwest. The 6’2” guard is in midst of a tremendous senior season averaging 24.5 points, 10.6 rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game for Waukesha South High School. As well this impressive season, he is also coming off a grassroots season with Team Haliburton in which he was named 17U honorable mention on the NY2LA Association.  

While Cook does not hold a scholarship offer at this point, there are a number of division one schools showing interest in him currently. He says he has heavy interest from Eastern Washington, IUPUI, Murray State, Northern Illinois, Northern Iowa, Northern Kentucky, South Dakota, St. Thomas, Wisconsin-Green Bay, amongst a few others. 

Last month he took a visit to one of these schools with in-state Wisconsin-Green Bay for their game versus Kansas City. “It was good. They got a good win over Kansas City. I like the coaching staff and we are building a good connection. They have come to watch me in person several times to continue to build that bond,” Cook said. 

Energy, positive teammate, competitive, and great all-around person and player are the things Cook thinks he can bring to a college program. On the court, he is a dynamic and athletic guard that is a versatile scorer who is effective with the ball in his hands and can also create for others. 

Cook is looking to make his college commitment sometime following the season. Before that happens, Cook wants to “make it to state” as well to being named first team all-state to finish off his high school career.