Fresh off a visit to Durham and a strong summer season, D.C. area point guard Quinn Cook spoke with…
Quinn Cook update
However, this past weekend changed everything.
The UA got the best point guard in the west and the back court of the future was complete with Josiah Turner and Nick Johnson.
Now, Cook will not visit and the dominoes may have led him to another school in the Pac-10.
Sources say that UCLA will put in a major push for Cook in hopes that he truly has no problem playing west.
It is a very interesting dynamic in Pac-10 recruiting because, should it happen, the back courts in the Pac-10 in 2011-12 season will likely be the best in the country.
Of course, all of this is moot if Duke comes calling because the general belief is that Cook wants to be a Blue Devil.
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