On Wednesday afternoon, JUCO shooting guard Braian Angola-Rodas announced that he was committing to and signing with Florida State. He chose the Seminoles over other programs such as Oregon, Texas A&M, Utah, Hawaii, Texas Tech and Houston.
Last season playing for the North Idaho College Cardinals, Angola-Rodas averaged 21.4 points per game (13th in the nation among all junior college players), 6.5 rebounds per game, 4.3 assists per game, and 2.7 steals per game while shooting 52% from the floor and 76% from the line. The 6'6 200 pound guard helped lead North Idaho to a perfect 30-0 season which ended with a second round loss.
Angola-Rodas joins five-star forward Jonathan Isaac, four-star guards Trent Forrest and C.J. Walker, as well as three-star power forward Mfiondu Kabengele in the Seminoles' 2016 recruiting class currently ranked as the 10th-best in the nation according the 247Sports' class rankings.
On Florida State's 2016 roster, Angola-Rodas will join Dwayne Bacon, Terrance Mann, and incoming freshman Trent Forrest as the players most likely to see playing time at shooting guard.