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FSU OL target Jauan Williams says Seminoles lead, puts leg behind head

The 'Noles are out in front for a key big man.

Jauan Williams
Jauan Williams

Washington D.C. offensive lineman Jauan Williams has Florida State out in front-- but he's flexible, in more ways than one. Williams, a four-star prospect, just had a very successful visit to FSU, and confirmed that the 'Noles do, in fact, now lead for his services.

Prior to his Florida State visit, most thought Maryland and Alabama were on top for Williams, but he had to be prompted to mention those programs, instead claiming that Nebraska, LSU, and Florida were the teams most closely trailing the 'Noles. But the biggest competition for FSU? Oklahoma. Williams did divulge that his mother is sold on the 'Noles, which will only help Florida State as he makes his decision.

Williams then conclude the interview by demonstrating how he can pull his leg behind his head, a pretty impressive accomplishment for someone who measures 6-7 and weighs in at 300 pounds. He'll make his collegiate choice this coming weekend.