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Four-star OL Jauan Williams commits to Florida State

More big help up front.

The Seminoles today gained the commitment of long-pursued offensive tackle Jauan Williams of Washington D.C.'s Archbishop Carroll High School. Williams (6'7, 303), elected to take his final official visit to Georgia this past weekend, but the 'Noles, whom many thought have been his leaders for a while, nevertheless secured his commitment.

Williams took his OV to Tallahassee in December after already having used one at Auburn, and after, he made his way to Texas A&M and LSU. He's been quite well traveled during his recruitment, making unofficial stops at Florida, Maryland, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Penn State, North Carolina, Alabama, and Ohio State, all of which offered Williams, in addition to programs like Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Clemson, Miami, Nebraska, and UCLA, among others.

The No. 15 OT in the country, Williams is a composite four-star recruit, ranked as such by all four of the major recruiting services. Williams is the Seminoles' fifth offensive-line commitment of this season, and he was recruited primarily by Rick Trickett. You can follow him on twitter here.