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Asked RB Dalvin Cook, who just flipped on Clemson, how strong he is to Gators: "I'm a Gator. That's it. I'm a Gator. Nah, no visits."
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When it rains it pours.... This cycle had so much promise and is slowly starting to slip away.
I do not believe RB is a lost cause by a longshot.
If Watson bolted, that would be an issue.
I think Clemson has positioned itself well for a very good RB class, still.
All I know is the staff needs to get a major emphasis on getting people back on campus for the summer and not accept any 2015 commits until after signing day.
This will be interesting to watch.
you think he might flip again?
Well lets put the full court press on Scott. Hard to get the top players out of florida with gators and noles doing well.
Hard to get and keep bigtime running backs when you pass as much as Clemson does as well.
They used to say that about Spurrier at UF .... But he had Errict Rhett and Fred Taylor.
I'm not on the Clemson payroll, but it seems to me a RB might want to play for a team that throws it because in theory it would open things up for him.
We just need to get the ball rolling in a positive direction again, it seems like ever since the Nkemdiche situation we have had very few breaks go our way.
Oglesby and Fuller will work just fine. There were plenty of reasons to be skeptical about this "commitment." He's a great talent, but in the end this will be more of a disappointment to the fans than the coaches. They have made offers to other kids because they genuinely believe they can help the program, and in the end they will land some of those prospects in this class.
There is plenty of time to move on from this - who knows, maybe it gives cause to another stud RB to check out Clemson. At least he didn't "Bud up" the process for the staff.
I guarantee u he will flip again. His brother will get him to flip
Not to the Canes.
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