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A new name has surfaced and could soon become the 'Noles seventh commitment.

Bobby Robison, from Northwest Community College in Mississippi, visited Florida State over the weekend and there's a good chance he could sign with the Seminoles within a week. The 6-foot-4 and 205 pound lefty just graduated junior college with his AA degree and has two years of eligibility remaining to play at a four-year university. After visiting FSU last weekend, sitting in on offensive meetings and watching a practice the former standout at Ft. Walton Beach high school might just finish his college career in Tallahassee.

"I love Florida State and that's probably where I'm leaning towards right now," Robison told Warchant.com. "I always wanted to play there since I was little."

The junior college All-American is favoring the Tribe despite the fact that he has yet to receive an official scholarship offer.

"I'm not sure if they are going to offer one," said Robison. "I know they are talking to a (high school player) but they don't know whether he's going to come there or not. Or I'm going to have to walk-on."

After failing to qualify out of high school Robison enrolled at Northwest Mississippi Community College in 2000 but injured his ankle his first year and was forced to take a medical redshirt season. He made up for it in his redshirt freshman season completing 154 of 311 for 2,285-yards and 20 touchdowns. The talented left-hander continued his impressive play in his sophomore season throwing for over 1,700 yards and 23 touchdowns in only five and half games.
While it is Obvious...that the position of Quarterback
is "wide open"...A JuCo QB?

The problem with young QB's in our system is that there
is so much to learn and so many "reads" to make.

And JuCo players have never been known to be the
"brightest bulbs on the string!"

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I have to agree with both of you on this subject.
We do need a QB, but at the same time Im not to keen on JUCO players.
Like Paul said, there is alot to learn in the system, even more so at the QB position, and by the time they are ready to play, its time for them to leave school.
Will they ever each their full potential, who knows?
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