Jameis Winston To Sign With Florida State Friday

Jameis Winston (PHOTO: Bud Elliott -- SB Nation)

Florida State is set to sign the top dual-threat quarterback recruit.

Jameis Winston, the top dual-threat quarterback recruit in the country, is set to sign his letter of intent on Friday. Winston has been committed to Florida State since early August, but did not sign on National Signing Day because of his participation in an all-star game held in Texas. Winston wanted to sign with his friends and family present, and elected to wait until he returned to his home state of Alabama to do so.

The signing ceremony is set to take place between 11:30 and Noon CST. It will be held at The Sports Blast, an indoor sports facility off of U.S. Highway 280 in Shelby County.

In addition to his offer from Florida State, the 6'4", 190 pound Winston held offers from Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Stanford. Of those, he gave the most consideration to Alabama and Stanford, but reaffirmed his decision to sign with Florida State Wednesday during an interview on ESPNU. After being committed for six months and reiterating his intention on national television, it would be considered a huge shock if Winston were to sign with anyone but the Seminoles.

For more on Florida State recruiting, visit Tomahawk Nation.

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