If the last name and running style look familiar and you are getting a deja vu feeling, it’s because Dalvin Cook and his younger brother, James, do share some common traits on the gridiron. James, similar to his older brother, has incredibly quick acceleration and cuts on a dime, though the younger Cook does have a much smaller frame at 5’11 and 199 pounds, potentially limiting his ability to be a workhorse at the NFL level. While at Georgia, Cook functioned primarily as a receiving back, never having more than 12 carries in a game. However, Cook was drafted to an ideal situation, where he gets to join the high-powered and pass-heavy Bills' offense. The great landing spot has catapulted Cook into being drafted in the back half of the first round in dynasty rookie drafts.