Lloyd Willis has been a long standing commit to Florida State, and today, he made it official by signing his national letter of intent.
Great Day to be a Florida State Seminole!! Big Man coming @Lloyd_Willis70 is officially a part of the #NoleFamily and #Tribe20 pic.twitter.com/lQCV1wq1xc— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) December 19, 2019
The three-star offensive tackle out of Killian High School in Miami committed to FSU on July 27th. Willis held scholarship offers from Indiana, UCF, and FIU, but spurned those offers to sign with FSU. Willis is viewed as a long-term project at offensive tackle but has the physical tools that schools are looking for. He’s a player that FSU targeted early in the process, had him work out at their summer camp, and accepted his commitment.
The project tackle came in this past weekend for his official visit, was able to spend time with new head coach Mike Norvell, and get comfortable with the new coaches at FSU. Willis called his official visit “perfect” and has not wavered one bit throughout his recruitment even though there has been coaching uncertainty.
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