Friday, August 5, 2016

Woulda Coulda Shoulda is for losers, right.

Dalvin Cook is 'every bit as good' as Leonard Fournette, NFL scout tells website

LSU Tigers running back Leonard Fournette (7) gets by Florida Gators defensive back Keanu Neal (42) in the fourth quarter during the game at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge Saturday, October 17, 2015. (Photo by David Grunfeld, | The Times-Picayune) ((Photo by David Grunfeld, |The Times-Picayune))
By Julie Boudwin, | The Times-Picayune
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on August 04, 2016 at 8:05 PM, updated August 04, 2016 at 8:06 PM
Coming out of high school in 2014, Dalvin Cook was the No. 2 running back in the country behind Leonard Fournette, who was the No. 1 back and overall prospect.

Now, both players are entering their junior seasons, Fournette at LSU and Cook at Florida State, and will be eligible for the NFL draft after this year.

One NFL scout told Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson that Cook is "every bit as good" as Fournette in regards to being a draft prospect.

Fournette, who broke the LSU record for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns last season with 1,953 and 22, has rushed for a total of 2,987 yards in the last two seasons while Cook has 2,699 rushing yards in the same time.
Charles Robinson @CharlesRobinson
Talked to scout today who raved about RB Dalvin Cook. Thinks he's "every bit as good" an NFL prospect as RB Leonard Fournette

Thomas Williams
Poor LSU. The thing that they were afraid of becoming is now going on right before their own eyes, and just too blind to see. By falling back into the SEC pack again and looking like nothing special at all.

So do not look for 2016 to be helpful for the career of their star running back Leonard Fournette brand, and chances of winning the Heisman Trophy. Because losing 3 or more football game because Les Miles can't coach is something he cannot control. And is simply very hard to look better than all of the other good college running back playing good football at other school like Florida State.

Leonard Fournette should have chosen Alabama instead of LSU - but woulda coulda shoulda is for losers right.

He probably thought Ryan Leaf was just as good as Peyton Manning.
Frederick L

Frederick L
Seattle thought Sam Bowie was just as good or better than Michael Jordan too. How did that work out for them? He can have his team choose Cook over Fournette and see how that works out for him. Put his money and career where his mouth is.


Well, everyone pray that Cook goes to the draft.

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