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Fisher: "Jameis Winston will play two more years"

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Jimbo Fisher was in one of his ever optimistic moods this morning.

The Florida State Seminoles head coach said that he believes that Heisman and national championship winning quarterback Jameis Winston will stay at FSU for at least two more seasons. 

Now after redshirting his freshman season, and having such a stellar season this time round, Winston only needs to play another season of college ball before being able to declare for the NFL Draft in 2015. 

And if 'Famous Jameis' can keep his play up to a level that he achieved this season, then he will be a dead lock for the number one spot and the chance to become a side's starting quarterback. 

Which is why his coach's claims that he would stay for a year after that seem a little far fetched.

"Everybody says he's going to stay one year and leave," Fisher said at his Signing Day news conference. "Which I don't think that's true. I think it will be two."

The Seminoles have added two five-star receivers - Ermon Lane and Travis Rudolph - players whom Fisher admitted had chosen Florida State, in part, to play alongside the reigning Heisman Trophy winner.

And if those two receivers can show their potential and add to Winston's ever expanding touchdown list, then his value will grow even more.

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