Steven Nahmias is a 6’3 285 pound guard from Atlanta, GA.
The Class of 2022 prospect attends The Marist School.
Nahmias holds offers from Georgia Tech, Michigan State, Nebraska, and South Carolina.
He received his Florida State offer in April:
After a great conversation with @CoachAAtkins, I am excited to announce that I have received an offer from Florida State!! @Coach_Norvell @ChadSimmons_ @Mansell247 @The_Prototyp @RecruitGeorgia pic.twitter.com/GIN8yxjFyJ— StevenNahmias (@StevenNahmias) April 12, 2020
TN caught up with Nahmias after the offer to learn more:
How’d you receive the offer, and what’d it mean to you?
“I called Coach Atkins, and he told me about Florida State and the football program, and then he told me that he’d like to offer me. It meant a lot because it’s my first ACC football offer from a major football powerhouse.”
What’s Coach Atkins like?
“He was a very nice guy and seemed like he is a great coach. He was also very interested in building a personal relationship with my family and me which I really liked.”
What does it mean to you that FSU believed in you this early (second P5 offer)?
“It means a lot to me that they believe in me. I’m excited to learn a lot more about the program and build relationships with the coaches.”
Do you plan to visit FSU when the Dead Period is over?
“I’d love to visit at some point when the quarantine ends.”
What position will you play in college?
“I will most likely play guard or center.”
How would you describe your style of play?
“I play very downhill and physical, and I’m powerful, especially in the run game.”
What are the biggest things you’re looking for in a school?
“I’m looking for high-level football, but more Importantly, a great education. This has always been very important to me, and I want to use football as a way to achieve this.”
Any idea what you want to major in and why?
“I don’t really know yet, but I’m interested in going into law because that’s what my parents do.”
When do you hope to have a final decision made?
“I honestly couldn’t give you an answer to that—it’s still really early in the process for me.”