Florida State has gotten another big signature, this one from four-star wide receiver Ja’Khi Douglas during the early signing period.
Douglas — who is ranked as the ninth best recruit from the state of Louisiana — has been committed to the Seminoles since July of 2019. He made a return trip to Tallahassee after Mike Norvell was named FSU’s head coach, where he locked down his commitment to the Seminoles.
A high school quarterback, Douglas projects to move to wide receiver in college. He ran a 4.57 40-yard dash at The Opening Regional earlier this year and measured in at 5-foot-9, 187-pounds.
Douglas in the trap transitioning from playing alot of QB for his high school football team this year. What we talked about at sessions when this kid was a freshman is now about to be his real life. D1 football scholarship. FSU has a good one!! I Promise #MG @youngg_baller pic.twitter.com/BAXGNLBiD2— Ernest Harvey Jr. (@campmoula_MG) November 29, 2019
At Florida State, Douglas is best suited as a slot receiver or all-purpose back. There is playing time available, especially now that sophomore Tre’Shaun Harrison has elected to enter the transfer portal. Star receiver Tamorrion Terry has not made a decision about the NFL Draft, but no receiver behind him caught more than 40 passes in 2019.
Patiently waited, I’m done talkin... pic.twitter.com/dxdh04Ew1H— Ja’Khi Douglas (@youngg_baller) December 15, 2019
Check out Douglas’ highlights below:
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Douglas commented on choosing FSU, calling it his “dream school”: