Florida State got some good news on Friday afternoon, picking up another commitment from the Miami area when Columbus wide receiver Jesus Wilson informed Warchant.com about his decision.
From the very start Wilson had the 'Noles on top, and on Friday afternoon, the speedy receiver ended his recruitment and joined the Seminole family when he called FSU assistant and Miami area recruiter James Coley to tell him the good news.
"I just committed to FSU literally a minute ago. I called Coach Coley up to let him know I'm ready to join the family," Wilson said. "I didn't want this hanging over my head anymore since I know that's the place I wanted to be. I'm excited to play for Jimbo Fisher's offense. I also got a chance to talk to him as well to tell him the good news."
FSU would like to take two slot receivers for this class. Wilson fills a huge need as a speedy slot receiver, one they wanted to add for the 2013 class from the very beginning of the recruiting process. Wilson gave some of the reasons why he picked the 'Noles.
"It feels like home there and I know I fit really well into the pro style offense," he said. "FSU spreads the ball very well to their receivers. I can't wait to get there so I'm really excited about my decision."
The Columbus speedster chose FSU over Oklahoma State and West Virginia. Wilson also plans to visit FSU in July for the second camp session.
Wilson is FSU's eleventh commitment for the 2013 class. He is ranked No. 18 at his position (athlete) and No. 59 in the state.
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