Breaking: Blue-Chip linebacker Amaree Williams commits to FSU

 Seminoles replace high school members of #Tribe24 with experienced quarterback. 

    Mike Norvell and the Florida State Seminoles have completed their 2024 coaching class with the final addition of Amaree Williams, a blue chip player from the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach, Florida.

Williams, who stands 6’4″ and weighs 215 pounds, decided to reclassify in the 2025 cycle, and FSU fans are happy he did. In 2025, he was ranked as the top player in the country by 247Sports. No .29th player overall on the Composite List (No. 3 in Florida) After reclassifying to the Class of 2024, in Reached the No. 2

Has had success on offense, but FSU likes him as an EDGE defender. The Seminoles staff was able to convince Williams and his backfield to sign early without an official visit, which is quite an accomplishment considering his desire.
Williams quietly signed his LOI in December, choosing the Seminoles over 35 other offers, including the Alabama Crimson Tide, Auburn Tigers, Florida Gators, Georgia Bulldogs, Kentucky Wildcats, Louisville Cardinals, Miami Hurricanes, Michigan Wolverines and Ole Miss Rebels. . Oregon Ducks, Penn State Nittany Lions, Tennessee Volunteers, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M Aggies and USC Trojans.

His father is former Minnesota Vikings and Baltimore Ravens running back Moe Williams.
Steve Wiltfong said about Williams:
Williams, a multi-sport star with NFL pedigree, has a lot of fans behind the scenes at 247Sports, but his decision is somewhat difficult because it’s hard to know who they are.
He is ready to play at the next level.

    After recording 15 sacks in 2022, Williams stepped up on offense this fall, catching 16 passes for 424 yards and seven touchdowns in 10 games. Instead, he had just four sacks while competing in one of the Sunshine State’s smallest divisions, according to MaxPreps .
Some colleges say Williams is next level, but the Seminoles and others think he’s a pass rusher.

   247Sports’ scouting department takes sides on who they think is a defensive back. While athleticism is important to Williams, who is believed to be somewhere in the ballpark of 4,444, 6-foot-4, and 215 pounds, it’s important to note that he didn’t actually play football. As a freshman, he had five tackles and two sacks on the varsity.

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