RB Cook will make his mark at UF 

July, 10, 2013
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- This week, GatorNation writer Mike DiRocco, SEC blogger Edward Aschoff and former Florida and NFL offensive tackle Mike Pearson drafted their all-time Florida Gators football team. This, clearly, is no easy feat, but considering all of these players are finished with their playing career at the University of Florida, it's easy to select players based on success they already have had. But what about a player who has yet to suit up, or even sign with the Gators?

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Tom Hauck for Student SportsSpeed and versatility should make running back Dalvin Cook a valuable asset when he arrives in Gainesville.
With that thought in mind, what committed player could end up getting drafted on this all-time Gators team in the future?

Of Florida's 11 verbal commitments, quarterback Will Grier (Davidson, N.C./Davidson Day), gets the most hype -- and deservedly so. After all, he is a record-setting quarterback and finished third in the Elite 11 final quarterback rankings. Grier's ridiculous stats, which includes throwing for 69 touchdowns with only six interceptions as a junior, are quite impressive, but would you be willing to select him in a future draft over Florida greats Danny Wuerffel, Steve Spurrier, Tim Tebow, Shane Matthews or Rex Grossman?

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