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Rivals100 running back Dalvin Cook observed the Florida State summer camp, but it was to support his teammates more than anything else.
Cook is no stranger to Tallahassee; it's his third straight year visiting campus, but it was his first time getting to see new running backs coach Jay Graham working drills. The Gators pledge has been in touch with coach Jimbo Fisher and coach Tim Brewster.
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When asked how strong his commitment to Florida is, Cook responded, "I'm strong to Florida. About 95 percent committed."
Despite his affirmation of the Gators, he said schools such as Alabama, Miami, USC, and USF are coming after him strong. USF is a school to keep an eye on because his former high school head coach, Telly Lockette, is the running backs coach for the Bulls.
Is he still considering the possibility of playing four years with teammate and fellow Rivals100 running back Joseph Yearby in college? He replied, "We talk about that every day. But with both of us being committed to different schools, you don't know who is going to go where, so that's crazy."
Cook has made his impact as an explosive return man, tailback and defensive back. Some schools have him listed as an athlete, and the possibility of him making plays on both sides of the ball in college is realistic.
So which one does he prefer? He quickly answered, "I would rather play running back."
Last fall, he ran for 1,452 yards and 21 touchdowns on 127 attempts. The Under Armour All-American has rushed for more than 2,300 yards in the last two seasons, splitting time with Yearby.
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