Nicholaus Iamaleava is a 6’6 195 pound pro-style quarterback from Long Beach, CA.
The Class of 2023 prospect attends Warren High School.
Saturday afternoon, he was offered by offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham and the Florida State Seminoles football program:
Blessed to receive my first ACC offer. Thank you Coach Kenny Dillingham for the opportunity to further my education and do what I love! Thank you Coach Pearson for your help in making this possible. #MUAMUALEATUA #GOSEMINOLES #TEAMTOA pic.twitter.com/OhklbFe4Ye— Nicholaus Iamaleava Jr. (@nico_iamaleava8) January 3, 2021
Florida State has been very active with west coast quarterbacks, as Dillingham is recruiting Nicco Marchiol, Maalik Murphy, and AJ Duffy in the Class of 2022, Malachi Nelson in the Class of 2023, and Julian Sayin, Maealiuaki Smith, and Darius Curry in the Class of 2024.
Many of the above names are tutored by quarterback coach Danny Hernandez, with whom the Seminoles’ OC has a great relationship. It’ll be interesting to see if FSU can get any of these kids to migrate to the Sunshine State for college.
We are building better men. Through this process they are learning to throw the ball better, how to move more efficiently, how to be more confident and how to be better teammates. But the goal has always been to build better men and we are thankful to be a part of that process— Danny Hernandez (@CoachDanny10) January 3, 2021
As always, make sure to get more info by checking out Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.