Leaving with 3 years to play

Milwaukee to Houston to Niceville was the direction one player took on one Panhandle Conference team. Read more about this player right here on your source for junior college basketball recruiting news JucoJunction.
Elgin Cook played his high school basketball at Milwaukee Hamilton High School in Milwaukee, Wisc. The one-time Iowa State commitment then moved onto Trent Prep in Houston, Tex., when then former NBA player Rafer Alston was coaching the program.
Cook enrolled at Northwest Florida State College in early January and will look to leave the Raiders after this season with three years to play at the NCAA Division One level.
The forward has had plenty of interest this fall according to Raiders assistant coach Erik Pastrana. North Carolina State, South Carolina, Arkansas, Auburn, Texas Christian University, Georgia, Gonzaga and Bradley have all been keeping tabs on Cook this fall according to Pastrana.
Cook is the son of former Milwaukee Bucks player Alvin Robertson and a former college player at the University of Arkansas.
Cook is currently averaging 15.9 points, 5.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game this season for the 10-1 Raiders. The Raiders
recently lost to Palm Beach State 68-63 in the Santa Fe JUCO Shootout.
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