Elite five-star running back James Cook from Miami, FL unveiled his top eight schools on Twitter Friday morning and included LSU in the group.

Cook is the younger brother of former Florida State running back Dalvin Cook and is currently committed to the Seminoles.

His top schools are Florida State, Alabama, LSU, Oregon, USC, Auburn, Florida, and Georgia.


The 6-0, 182-pound prospect from Miami Central High School is rated the No. 2 running back in the country, according to Rivals.

For more info on Cook, visit his profile page on our Recruiting Tracker.

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13 Comments
well......
Reply10 months
This is dumb
Reply10 months
Sounds like he wants attention if he's committed to FSU and still feels the need to put out a top 8 list.
Reply10 months
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He put his list out on 3/10 and committed on 3/11, but yes, I'm sure he wants the attention.
10 months
I agree that he probably wouldn't want to follow his brother. So I feel we have a shot. But so does everyone else for that matter. Long way to go.
Reply10 months
He's better than Akers
Reply10 months
Lol, hell no. There is nobody in the class that could compare to the top 3 backs from last year.
10 months
Whoever down voted my statement. Please let me know what was so "down" about it. Clown
Reply10 months
"...committed to the Seminoles." "...unveiled his top eight schools..." Recruiting in 2017: It's like getting engaged, then announcing to the world all the girls you are still dating.
Reply10 months
Top bidder wins these days, I hope we shell out the money!
10 months
Exactly, why the hell would you want to go to the same school as your brother unless you played with him, I could understand that but playing in his shadow, nah. Then you have a ton of great back before you. You go to LSU your probably starting and not for a scrub school either. It's LSU
Reply10 months
Sooner or later we are going to pick up one of these bad** backs. God knows we need it for next year. Who wouldn't want to line up in an LSU backfield. Comon down my dudes.
Reply10 months
Gotta love being committed and releasing top schools. I know it would be hard to steal Davlin's little brother up FSU did just sign Akers and another 5* back.
Reply10 months
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