Cook said he's noticed self-improvement.
"I'm definitely getting better," he said. "It's because I'm getting more playing time and Coach Rob and the other coaches here push me.
"I'm running the floor better, and I'm learning to play bigger and better players."
He smiled when asked about Bryant, the 6-10 sophomore.
"Thomas is a beast," Cook said. "He's one of the best bigs in the country. Playing against him every day in practice does nothing but help."
Riverside Christian coach Aris Hines said his team was without three players - including prospect Taquan Givens, who has seen interest from Miami and Marshall -- because of family situations and injury.
"We appreciated being invited," Hines said. "We were short-handed but we were just excited to be here."
Hines said his team fell to 26-6. Huntington Prep moved to 25-4.
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