Dalvin Cook, a junior running back, has set almost every record in Florida State surging history. He drives the Seminoles with 4,464 hurrying yards for his profession, and in surging touchdowns with 46. He is likewise the season record holder for hurrying yards with 1,765, set this season.
In a noteworthy homecoming Friday night, Cook drove the Seminoles to a 33-32 triumph over Michigan in the Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium. Cook was named the amusement’s MVP, scrambling for 145 yards on 20 conveys, including a 71-yard burst. He additionally got three goes for 62 yards, giving him 207 aggregate yards in the amusement. Taking after the amusement, Cook said he needed to appreciate the triumph.
“I’m just blessed to be up here and proud to be a part of this group,” he said.
At the point when FSU mentor Jimbo Fisher was asked at the post-diversion public interview on the off chance that he anticipated that Cook would come back to FSU for his senior season, he said, “Our employment is to get the correct data for him to settle on the best possible decision and bolster him in anything he does, much the same as we’ll generally do. He’ll never not be a piece of this family and we need the best for him.
“Be that as it may, I know a certain something, in the event that we get him, we’ll be the most fortunate group on the planet. Whoever drafts him will be the most fortunate group on the planet. Some person will be glad.” The NFL due date for underclassmen to announce for the draft is Jan. 16.
Cook came to Florida State as a five-star running back enlist from Miami, Florida, and immediately moved himself into the pivot only several recreations into his green bean season. By the fifth diversion, against Syracuse, Cook was beginning.
Intensely worked at 5-foot-11 and 213 pounds, and favored with an uncommon burst of speed, Cook is the second running back in FSU history to scramble for 1,000 yards in three straight seasons alongside Warrick Dunn.
He is likewise the primary running back in ACC history to scramble for more than 4,000 yards in three years. In a meeting with the Tallahassee Democrat last November, Dunn said he was excited Cook could turn into the program’s new profession surging pioneer. Dunn’s sign of 3,959 yards remained for two decades.