Miami Central's all world RB Dalvin Cook was all set to announce his decision on where to attend school next season this afternoon following his Miami Central team's state playoff game with Armwood.
He has been verbally committed to Florida Since April, but recently signed financial aid agreements with FSU and UM as well.
But alas he has decided to wait to re-commit or commit elsewhere.
Cook announced he was shutting down talk of committing, for now. Cook is now going to decide at halftime of the 2013 Under Armour All-America Game, which will be played on Jan. 2 in St. Petersburg, Fla., at 4 p.m. ET on ESPN.
"In my mind I know where I'm going."
ESPN ranks Cook as the 20th best player overall in the country and 4th best back, as well as the 4th best player in the State of Florida. Cook is listed at 5-10 196 and runs a 4.4 40.
IF he commits to UM, he joins fellow running back Joseph Yearby and offensive lineman Trevor Darling, as Central players committed to the U in 2014.
There were some who prognosticated.
Asked Joe Yearby now where he thinks Dalvin Cook chooses to go: "Florida is probably in the lead... But I think #UM."— Manny Navarro (@Manny_Navarro) December 14, 2013
In the 4th quarter Cook had already amassed 220+ yards and 4 TD's as Central stormed to a 52-7 lead.
Fans of the "Big Three" FSU, UF, and UM blew up Twitter today.
With each sensational play Cook made in Miami Central's state playoff destruction of Armwood, the more fans pleaded for him to come to their school via social media.
But alas we all have to wait, at least a little longer.