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From Story: Lee tight end Jonathan Wallace has accepted a preferred walk-on offer and will join...

From Story: Lee tight end Jonathan Wallace has accepted a preferred walk-on offer and will join the Seminoles in the fall. The 6-foot-6, 225-pound Wallace turned down scholarship offers from schools competing in smaller divisions to play for FSU. "I wanted to go to a big school and see if I could compete," Wallace said. "I'm thankful for the opportunity. "I'm definitely going to redshirt this coming season, but I'm excited for the chance to earn a scholarship down the road." Wallace was a key piece to Lee's offense this past season. He caught 19 passes for 286 yards and five touchdowns. FSUncensored's comment: He's a big body. Most high school kids are awkward at 6'7" and he's no different. He has good hands and good body control. Slow. Very willing and aggressive blocker. I think he could be a Caz clone. Further, this really reflects poorly on 2008 Tight End recruit Jabarris Little, who is in the doghouse in a huge way. Little is lazy on the field and in the weight room and has been demoted to 3rd team. I am hearing that our coaches have lost hope in him and that it will take a huge summer effort for him to get back in their good graces. He's actually down 15 lbs since he stepped on campus and is not improving. Let's hope this Wallace kid takes Jabarris' scholarship and continues to send a message to others on the team that hard work is not an option, but an expectation. VERY GOOD EVALUATIONS INSIDE
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