Before this weekend, there were no former Florida State football players on the Seattle Seahawks’ roster. What a difference a day makes.
First, Seattle selected Seminole defensive tackle Demarcus Christmas in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft on Saturday. The Seahawks then followed up by signing FSU’s Nyqwan Murray from the undrafted free agent pool. And now Walvenski Aimé is headed to the Pacific Northwest as a UFA as well.
After a couple of seasons at Fort Scott Community College in Kansas, Aimé (6’5, 270) joined the ’Noles in 2016. An impressive and versatile athlete, he began as a defensive tackle but finished as a defensive end. Aimé concluded his Florida State career with 50 tackles, three for loss, four QB hurries, and a pair of blocked kicks.
To keep up with the destinations of all of Florida State’s undrafted free agents, check back regularly with our tracker.
Congratulation @walvenskiaime on signing with the Seahawks. Go Noles!— Willie Taggart (@CoachTaggart) April 28, 2019