Dalvin Cook is a running back who currently plays for the Minnesota Vikings in the National Football League. While playing running back, he wears the number 33 shirt. The Minnesota Vikings selected him in the second round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Biography of Dalvin Cook
Dalvin Cook was born in Miami, Florida, on August 10, 1995. He is a United States of America citizen. Leo is his horoscope sign. Crook’s forefathers and mothers were African-Americans. Varondria Burnett is David’s mother’s name, and James Cook is his father’s. James Cook and Deandre Cook are his two brothers. Daneisha Cook, Jamiya Cook, and Jameisha Cook are his three sisters.
Moving on to his education, he graduated from Florida State University after attending Miami Central High School.
He is a 2013 USA Today High School All-American running back for Miami Central High School. Cook was a member of the Florida State Seminoles during his collegiate football career. He was nominated to the second-team All-ACC after winning the ACC championship in 2014. In 2015 and 2016, he was named first-team All-ACC and first-team All-American. The Minnesota Vikings selected him #41 overall in the 2017 NFL Draft.
In 2019, Cook was named to the Pro Bowl. He ended his collegiate football career as the all-time leading rusher for Florida State. With 1,135 running yards and 13 rushing touchdowns in 2019, Cook set new career highs. In 2020, he re-signed with the Vikings for a five-year, $63 million deal extension.
Dalvin Cook and Jacquilla Morris are in a relationship. She was also his high school sweetheart at Miami Central High School. In 2018, they recognized Dalvin Cook Jr., a young guy. Little information about the pair has been released, but considering the lack of rumors, we can fairly assume that their relationship is on track and that they will walk down the aisle at the proper moment.
He ended his collegiate football career as the all-time leading rusher for Florida State. With 1,135 running yards and 13 rushing touchdowns in 2019, Cook set new career highs. He signed a five-year, $63 million contract deal with the Vikings in 2020.