LOOK: Recruit uses cookie cake to choose between Arkansas and Texas A&M


Dorian Gerald decided to commit Friday night, but in a way not many could have expected.

He took the phrase “have your cake and eat it too” to another level with his commitment. Some recruits use t-shirts, others simply commit through Twitter or go the traditional route and use hats on a table.

Gerald opted to use food, specifically cookie cake to make a decision between Arkansas and Texas A&M.

Gerald will pick from these giant cookies pic.twitter.com/wu1Zzg94cR

— Mark Haggard (@allzoner) February 9, 2018

The JUCO defensive end ended up picking Arkansas.

Soooeybpig Dorian Gerald is an Arkansas Razorback! pic.twitter.com/Dewdoa5lCU

— Mark Haggard (@allzoner) February 9, 2018

SEC Country’s Trent Shadid said Gerald visited Arkansas for two days last week before heading to Florida over the weekend. He was going to sign Wednesday but delayed in order to have more family around him.

Gerald had previously considered Florida and Louisville as well.

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