One-on-one with Dalvin Cook

One-on-one with Dalvin Cook


One-on-one with Dalvin Cook


Last Friday caught up with Clemson 2014 verbal commitment Dalvin Cook following Miami Central’s game against Grayson as two of the top teams in the nation battled it out on national television.  Although Grayson came away with the win, the trip was still a good experience for Dalvin and his teammates.

“It was a good trip.  We came up here for a business trip.  We just didn’t play right.  We need to keep fighting.  We have a long season ahead of us,” said Cook.

Dalvin had two long kickoff returns Friday night.

“The coach told me I have to big on special teams.  I just tried to take advantage.  That is what I tried to do,” said Cook.

Did it help Grayson playing a tough game a week earlier and this being Miami Central’s first game?

“Everybody has there day.  Today just wasn’t our day.  We have to bounce back and play hard next week,” said Cook.

Will you be watching Clemson play Auburn?

“Yeah, I’ll be tuned in,” said Cook.

How do you think the Tigers will do against Auburn?

“They should do good.  Without Sammy that takes away a weapon but they should do good,” said Cook.

How does your coaches plan to use you this year?

“My team tries to use me a lot.  I try to be big in the return game to setup the offense.  The coach will try to use me a lot this year,” said Cook.



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