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Michigan State QB Connor Cook Says He Will Return For His Senior Season, Has "Unfinished Business"

Good news, Michigan State fans: starting quarterback Connor Cook will reportedly return for his senior season. Cook told ESPN that he made his decision because he has "unfinished business" in East Lansing.

Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook says he has "unfinished business" that he would like to take care of and indicated he plans to be back with the Spartans as a senior.

Cook is one of the best quarterback prospects that is eligible to declare for the 2015 Draft. According to ESPN's Mel Kiper, Cook would be the No. 3 QB in this year's class, and the No. 47 overall prospect. Kiper also said that Cook had "a legit chance" to be selected in the first round of the 2015 Draft if he were to declare.

The Spartans' signal caller has started for the last two years, and has led the team to a 23-3 record. He's completed 58.3 percent of his passes, and has thrown for 5,749 yards along with 45 touchdowns and 13 interceptions throughout his career.