The Nevada Wolf Pack are gaining steam under new head coach Eric Musselman on the recruiting trail and the latest pick up is one of the top junior college recruits in the country in four-star power forward Arlondo Cook. This is the second commit in as many weeks, Nevada earned a commitment from power forward Kenneth Wooten.
Cook announced Monday he chose to play Nevada over his other Oklahoma State, Arkansas, Memphis and Missouri. He spent his last year at Connors State College in Oklahoma where the 6-foot-9, 215-pound power forward averaged 11.4 points, 9.3 rebounds and a solid 57.2 percent from the field.
Nevada has focused on their front court for the 2016 class with the departure of Lucas Stivrins and AJ West to graduation, and Cook joins Jordan Caroline and Leland King who will join the squad for the 2016-17 season.
Check out his highlights from his junior year of high school.