Florida State’s Dalvin Cook trolls Gators on Twitter

 

 

Dalvin Cook was committed to Clemson and Florida before backing off both and signing with Florida State.

Dalvin Cook was committed to Clemson and Florida before backing off both and signing with Florida State.

Florida State recruiting coordinator Tim Brewster is a busy man these days, crisscrossing the country to check out the Seminoles top targets.

On Thursday, Brewster received a little reminder from one of the Seminoles’biggest recruits in recent years when Dalvin Cook tagged Brewster in a tweet that included a headline from the day he flipped from Florida to Florida State.

Brewster then retweeted a tweet from an FSU follower that read: BEST flip ever!!

Cook, a rising junior, actually was committed to Clemson first before backing off that pledge and then committing to Florida in April of his senior year at Miami-Central. He then decommitted from Florida on Dec. 31, announcing he was headed to FSU.

Since, he has rushed for 2,699 yards and 27 TDs in two years, including a program-best 1,691 yards in 2015. Cook has another 447  receiving yards and 1 score.

Cook enters 2016 as a leading Heisman Trophy candidate after finished seventh last season.

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