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Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by GATORAZ, Aug 30, 2013.
I wish he would agree to play WR so UF could go after him
Cook is lethal. Even if he doesn't touch the ball he's usually the decoy. He made some really nice runs like the one at the end of the half. Love the way he explodes through the hole then makes a cut unlike Yearby. Yearby is having a good game but I doubt either would be as good without the other(not that they would suck apart but they complement each other well). Sony has had couple nice runs but he ain't getting any help from his o-line, Central has dominated the line of scrimmage on both sides of ball.
Yearby seems to always get positive yardage but he's not a forward lean guy. Which is fine with what Miami does. Dalvin will stick his head in there and showed it on a sweep when he was patient, found a crease, lowered his head and got the first dow. Good awareness and disciplined to just get the first, not a lot of hs kids get that at there age. Yearby is exciting but he is not a traditional SEC back. Both should have great careers but I think Cook will be the better college back. He most certainly be the better pro prospct down the road.
Nash Williams @NashSports 3m
Miami Central RB Dalvin Cook said he is 100% committed to Florida.
Big news here: Trevor Darling tells me that he think's Dalvin Cook's mind is set on UF and he won't be able to sway him to UM. @FlaHSFoo ...
Nash Williams @NashSports 1m
Final stats for RB's: Yearby had 199 yds on 23 carries, 2 TDS. Cook had 147 yds on 13 carries 4 TDS. Sony had 56 yds on 12 carries.
Dalvin Cook's prediction for tomorrow's Florida game: "A complete blowout."
Like those quotes on Cook.