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True freshman lineman Antavious “Tae” Woody officially added to FSU roster

A key piece of Tribe ‘22 arrives in Tallahassee.

Tae Woody

The Florida State Seminoles officially welcomed another talented 2022 signee into the program, as versatile lineman Antavious “Tae” Woody has arrived on campus and officially been added to FSU’s roster. There had been some concern surrounding whether the blue-chip prospect would be eligible to enroll at FSU, but those concerns were alleviated today.

Woody was a key Tribe ‘22 signee, playing both offensive tackle and defensive end for the Lafayette (AL) High School Bulldogs. Heralded for his athleticism and potential to play anywhere along the offensive line, or even at defensive tackle, Woody showed out along the camp circuit and during his final season in high school. He committed to the Seminoles nearly a year ago. In addition to academic resources, FSU will look to integrate him into the strength and conditioning program right away.

“We are excited about the addition of Antavious Woody,” Norvell said. “He is an elite athlete with tremendous versatility. Antavious worked extremely hard, both on and off the field, to put himself in this position, and we are glad to have him as part of the Nole Family.”

Woody was announced as an offensive lineman. The coaching staff is obviously elated to have Woody join the football program and will next figure out the best positional fit for the talented lineman, as he is versatile enough to fit numerous positions along the line.

His bio, via FSU Sports Info:

Antavious Woody | Fr. | OL | 6-3 | 300 | Welch, Ala. | LaFayette High School

Four-star prospect ranked No. 320 overall on 247 Composite…rated as No. 15 interior offensive lineman nationally and No. 15 overall prospect in Alabama…four-star prospect rated No. 117 nationally and No. 5 player in Alabama by Rivals…ranked as No. 25 offensive guard by ESPN…helped lead Bulldogs to state playoffs each season at LaFayette…played offense and defense for LaFayette…blocked for offense that averaged 32.5 points per game his senior year…was Bulldogs’ punter his junior season and averaged 40.8 yards per punt in 2020…helped lead Alabama to a 20-0 win in the 35th Annual Alabama-Mississippi Classic All-Star Game…also competed in baseball, basketball and on the track and field team in high school…finished second in discus, shot put and javelin at 2022 2A state championship to help lead Bulldogs to state title.