Cooper (6-4, 285-pounds) talks about his experience on the Plains for one of the most exciting games of the weekend in college football.
"The game was absolutely crazy," he said. "It was electric the whole day not just during the football game. I had a lot of fun and really enjoyed it."
"I talked to coach [James] Willis and coach [Hugh] Nall both times. The first time I talked to coach [Tommy] Tuberville. They just talked about the games and how they work."
The Tigers hold the top spot for Cooper's signature, but another school is in the mix as well.
"I would say they [Auburn] are at the top spot right now," he said. "I like Southern Miss too. They have been there the whole time. Those are really the only two schools I like."
When asked of a decision Cooper replied, "I am not real sure what I am going to do. Right now I don't see any other visits. I have not set up any official visits. I probably won't do that until after the season."
"I think a decision will be sometime pretty soon."
W.S. Neal (2-1) will host No. 1 ranked Thomasville (3-0) Friday night.
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**The high school preview (W.S. Neal vs. Thomasville) with Cooper's high school coach was withheld from print until we talked with Jared Cooper.
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