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According to this ESPN interview, 4-Star RB teammate Joseph Yearby and Clemson RB commit, Dalvin Cook would like to play together in college if possible.
The Gators rate high for Cook, along with USC -- former home of White and Bush, the memorable Thunder and Lightning duo from 2003 to 2005. Yearby, who has been offered by Alabama, said he likes the Trojans, too, and that he and Cook hope to visit USC together.
Yearby said he wants to get a look at life on the West Coast. Inner-city Miami has provided a tough setting for both backs. They're stronger because of it, Snipes said.
They knew of each other at a young age but never played together until Cook joined the football team as a sophomore in 2011. If this is their last year together on the field, both backs said they'll enjoy it.
Then again, maybe they'll move forward as teammates. "It might happen," Cook said. "We talk about it every day."