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James Cook Draft Profile: Stats, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection

It is officially mock draft season! The 2022 NFL Draft is quickly approaching, with the first round kicking off on Thursday, April 28th. Of course, draft analysis, projections and rumors will be dominating the headlines until then. Among the players hoping to hear his name called early in the draft is running back James Cook out of Georgia.

The following is a complete James Cook NFL Draft profile, including stats, highlights and a mock projection.

James Cook NFL Draft Profile, Stats, Highlights and Projection

James Cook
Position: Running back
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 190 lbs
Age: 22
College: Georgia Bulldogs

James Cook Draft Profile: Stats, Highlights and 2022 NFL Draft Projection
Credit: Dale Zanine/USA TODAY Sports

James Cook Stats 2021 | Georgia

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James Cook Draft Profile


James Cook will likely operate as one of those gadget running backs in the NFL due to his long speed, patience and quick-cut ability. His footwork and quick feet will allow him to make opposing defenders miss and potentially win the edge and show off his speed in the open field. His decisiveness and instincts are prevalent and he rarely hesitates when small holes open up.


Younger brother of Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, James has similar qualities to his game but lacks the build and strength to fight off blitzing linebackers and safeties as well as break off tackles. Cook will bring little to no value near the goal-line and will rarely stay balanced when initiated with contact. If Cook is out there on third-down to block a linebacker, he will likely be in for a rude awakening.

James Cook Highlights

James Cook Draft Projection

All 2022 NFL Draft Projections are taken from the latest Sporting News NFL Mock Draft by Vinnie Iyer.

James Cook is currently projected to be drafted by the Houston Texans at No. 68.

For more 2022 NFL Draft coverage and player profiles, check out our NFL Draft page.

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