Jameis Winston, Heisman winner 2013 and Florida State University quarterback, said his head coach at the Seminoles, Jimbo Fisher, was right when he said the Heisman Trophy winner could play two more years of college football.
The redshirt freshman confirmed he is staying with the Seminoles. Winston told the public this while he was speaking to new recruits.
Winston assured the Seminoles can count on him as a quarterback for two more seasons in Tallahassee.
"I'm obviously a baseball person, so it is a correct statement because I plan to play baseball next season, anyway," said Winston, who is expected to be the closer for Florida State baseball this year.
Many experts believe if Winston goes to NFL draft, he will be top of the first round, possibly first pick.
Draft analyst Gil Brandt of NFL Media, who helped build the Dallas Cowboys into Super Bowl champions as staff vice president from 1960 to 1989, said that Winston has a bright NFL future.
The 20-year-old QB will be eligible for the 2015 NFL draft. Winston said he is not thinking about the NFL draft or combine next year.
The reason is that he plans to play baseball next year too, and he said it would be difficult to prepare for the NFL Combine.
"Obviously , I'm not even worried about the draft and those things," Winston said Thursday. "I worry about winning championships here at Florida State," Winston contined.
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