JUCORecruiting.com is reporting that Keandre Cook, a 6’5,’ 190-pound G from Odessa Junior College, has scheduled a visit to LMU.
Cook, a sophomore, averaged 15 points 5.4 rebounds per game, on 56% shooting from the field and 35.5% on 3s. He also added close to 2 assists per game and had 24 steals and 15 blocks for the Odessa Wrangler Men’s Basketball team, which finished 28-5 on the season.
Originally from Baltimore, MD, Cook is a rangy, athletic guard who has excellent hops to go with a smooth outside shot that he can create for himself. He runs very well and gets out in transition to finish with a flourish. Here’s a highlight video:
If you want to see him dunk, here he is winning the 2014 Governor’s Challenge Dunk Contest when he was in high school. He’s the first contestant and then you can skip to the 3:43 mark and watch him win his award.
Other schools reported to be in the mix are South Florida, Louisiana Tech, Missouri State, Eastern Michigan, UAB, Tennessee State, North Texas, Towson and Cal State Bakersfield.