What Everett Golson Must Do at FSU to Establish Himself as Legit NFL QB Prospect

May 23, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

A string of impressive performances early last fall put Everett Golson’s NFL draft stock on a hype train that was traveling full speed ahead. That train derailed down the stretch, however, and left Golson without a starting job at Notre Dame and with a need to improve his play significantly in 2015 in order to re-establish himself as a potential pro quarterback.
Golson, whom Fighting Irish coach Brian Kelly benched in favor of then-redshirt freshman Malik Zaire prior to last season’s Music City Bowl against LSU, officially transferred to play at Florida State on Tuesday, as first reported by Fox Sports’ Bruce Feldman and later confirmed by the school.
Having graduated from Notre Dame last weekend, Golson is immediately eligible to play for the Seminoles, where he will have a chance to replace Jameis Winston, the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner and the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft.
Bleacher Report provided Golson's "first look" in a Seminoles uni...

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