With the loss of Jameis Winston to the NFL, who will play QB for Florida State is a big question on the minds of Florida State fans. National Signing Day may help to answer that question as the Seminoles added two quarterbacks.
Three-star De'Andre Johnson, of Jacksonville (Fla.) First Coast High School, has been committed to Florida State for almost three years. He is technically proficient, accurate and has a quick delivery. Johnson won Mr. Florida as a senior, a prestigious honor, and put up some ridiculous high school stats. Size and arm strength are potential questions and it'll be interesting to see how he does in the spring. As an early commit, Johnson was a major recruiter for Florida State over the last 30 months helping to bring together one of FSU's most talented signing classes ever.
Four-star Deondre Francois, of IMG Academy, flirted heavily with Florida down the stretch, including a Twitter decommit that he claimed was a result of "hack." In the end stuck with Florida State. Francois has always had a cannon for an arm, but accuracy and erratic play were major concerns as a junior. He improved a lot as a senior thanks to his transfer to IMG Academy, and is considered one of the top 10 prospects in the country.
Florida State also has a commitment from Malik Henry, of the IMG Academy, for the class of 2016. Henry is arguably the top QB in the country for the class of 2016 and is already heavily campaigning for others to join him on the recruiting trail, so FSU's QB recruiting seems very set for the near future.