After his recent dismissal from Alabama, cornerback Jonathan Cook has found a new home in the junior college ranks. The sophomore, who played in four games last season but didn't register any stats, is headed to Garden City Community College in Kansas, where former Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall transferred to after his dismissal from Georgia.
His mother Melissa Cook told AL.com that her son plans to play out this season, graduate and then look to find a school at the FBS level. According to Melissa Cook, her son could end up playing against Alabama in the future, as Auburn and Florida State have vaulted to the top of his future schools list.
"He may see Alabama again," Melissa Cook said. "[If] he can't do the SEC school, there may be another school Alabama might run into. He has three years left and we don't know where he's going to go, but he may see Alabama again on the opposite side of the field. He's very talented. He just didn't get a chance to show his talents. There are a lot of kids who go to Alabama who don't get a chance. They sit two or three years and they don't get a chance to do it."
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