Dalvin Cook
Running BackRB
Florida State Seminoles
2019 Fantasy Outlook
There was no outlook written for Dalvin Cook in 2019. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Declares for 2017 NFL Draft
RBFlorida State
December 31, 2016
Cook announced Saturday that he has declared for the 2017 NFL Draft, Ben Kercheval of CBS Sports reports.
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Cook put a bow on what was a tremendous college career in Friday's Orange Bowl, rushing for 145 yards and a touchdown and adding 62 receiving yards against Michigan. He finished the season with 1,765 yards (6.13 YPC) and 19 touchdowns. Cook leaves Florida State as the school's all-time leading rusher with 4,464 yards in just three seasons. Now that he has officially declared, Cook immediately becomes one of the top running back prospects in the upcoming draft alongside Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey. He checks in at 5-11, 213, but he has the power and leg drive to move the pile on inside runs in addition to his blazing speed. Cook will likely be selected no later than early in the second round of the upcoming draft.
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Past Fantasy Outlooks
2014
2016
Cook is arguably the top running back recruit of 2014, and he'll have a chance to immediately step in as the top backup to star lead runner Karlos Williams. The Seminoles really spread the ball around a lot in the running game. Williams is a senior, so Cook should be a star in 2015 at the latest, though he'll need to hold off fellow talented runner Mario Pender to get there.
A hamstring injury dogged Cook (5-11, 206) for much of 2015, and his multiple shortened games might bitterly remain in the minds of those who owned him. Still, shortened games or not, it's hard to complain about 1,935 yards and 20 TDs from scrimmage. Cook's average of 7.4 YPC is almost certainly unsustainable – he averaged 5.9 yards per carry in 2014 – but Cook is clearly an elite talent, and perhaps the best running back in the country. Florida State's modest offensive tempo and the potential of a scaled back workload to preserve his health hinders his upside.
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Will play in Orange Bowl
RBFlorida State
December 27, 2016
Cook confirmed Tuesday that he will play in Florida State's upcoming bowl game against Michigan, Safid Deen of the Orlando Sentinel reports. "Don't you see me right now? I'm going to play...When the whistle blows, I'll be out there," said Cook.
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Becomes school's all-time leading rusher Saturday
RBFlorida State
November 27, 2016
Cook ran 26 times for 153 yards and a touchdown Saturday against Florida, adding three catches for 26 yards.
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Four touchdowns at Syracuse
RBFlorida State
November 20, 2016
Cook ran 28 times for 225 yards and four touchdowns Saturday at Syracuse.
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Tops 100 yards against Eagles
RBFlorida State
November 13, 2016
Cook ran 18 times for 108 yards and a touchdown Friday against Boston College.
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Scores four touchdowns against Clemson
RBFlorida State
October 31, 2016
Cook carried the ball 19 times for 169 yards and four touchdowns in Saturday night’s loss to Clemson.
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