On Thursday, the Iowa Hawkeyes landed a commitment from a legacy.
3-star quarterback/athlete Drew Cook gave his pledge to the Hawkeyes.
Cook is the son of former Iowa tight end Marv Cook. Like his son, Marv Cook was originally a quarterback before switching positions.
The 6’5, 205-pound Cook attends Regine High School in Iowa City, Iowa.
24/7 Sports breaks down Cook.
Cook played quarterback for Regina, and he helped the Regals make history in the process. Regina won its fourth straight state championship and notched 56-straight wins this past season, which is an Iowa state record. The Regals were 14-0, and Cook threw for 2,563 yards and 22 touchdowns in the process, completing 68.5 percent of his passes.
He doesn’t have the prettiest throw I’ve seen, but Cook really stands out because of his athleticism and size. He’s a big quarterback with a big arm. He really heaves the ball down the field, but he can also throw on the run and is pretty accurate.
Cook is considered the 60th best athlete prospect, the third best overall prospect in the state of Iowa and the 568th best overall prospect in the class of 2015 according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings.