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November 29, 2012 at 4:23 PM

Report: UW extends offer to Elgin Cook

According to several recruiting sites, Washington has offered a scholarship to Elgin Cook, a 6-6, 200-pound wing who is starring at Northwest Florida State College. He’s the son of former NBA player Alvin Robertson, who played in four All-Star games.

Cook is averaging 18.4 points and 6.4 rebounds for the Raiders. He’s also shooting 63.2 percent from the field and 64.9 percent from the line.

Cook also has offers from New Mexico and TCU, according to Jerry Meyer at 247sports.com. Georgia, Gonzaga, North Carolina State, Arkansas, Mississippi State and West Virginia are also reportedly interested in him.

If Cook transfers after this season, he’ll have three years of eligibility with a Division I team.

Cook, a Milwaukee native, signed scholarship with Iowa State back in November 2010. Here’s a brief rundown on his history.

And here’s a look at his 2011 highlight video.

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