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Kirby Smart and the rest of the Georgia coaching staff received some good news on Friday morning when 4-star running back James Cook committed to the Bulldogs.

Cook, the younger brother of former FSU and current Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, chose Georgia over Louisville, Florida State and Florida.Per ESPN:

Cook becomes the 17th pledge for the Bulldogs, who boasted RecruitingNation's No. 8-ranked class before Cook's commitment. Kirby Smart's second full class in Athens now features eight ESPN 300 members, including No. 1 overall and top-ranked quarterback Justin Fields and No. 1-ranked running back Zamir White.

White and Cook will head to Georgia with perfect timing as Nick Chubb and Sony Michel are departing for the NFL following the season.
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I hate to admit it but I think Kirby is gonna build him a Saban slayer in Athens before it's over. Maybe that's why Nick was so emotional about him leaving!?! (LOL)
Reply14 months
i agree and he will dominate for years while the east is down.. Florida and Tennessee better be damn sure about their next hires..
13 months
frick Georgia right in the pussy.
Reply14 months
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