Local Prospect Likes Noles

With a need for offensive lineman this year, one player who is sneaking on the FSU radar is Tallahassee North Florida Christian offensive lineman <b>Paul Walsh</b>. The 6-foot-6, 290-pounder had another strong game against Wakulla High School. In a tough one-point loss to Wakulla, Walsh had over eight intimidations blocks in just the first half alone. If he continues to play at a high level the NFC lineman expects to get an offer from Florida State. Click here for much more.

When TheTerritory spoke with Walsh, he mentioned how impressed he has been with how the Seminoles have played this season.

"I can't believe at how well FSU is playing, they have to be surprising a lot of people so far," he said.

What Walsh is even more impressed with is how well FSU treats its players once they are off the field.

"I went into the locker room this year and it's a great atmosphere in there, I really enjoy being around those guys," Walsh said

This past weekend Walsh took in the Florida/ Tennessee game.

"Yeah I wanted to see what the Swamp was like for a big game," he said "It's a nice stadium and the fans really seem to be into football there."

Did the loss have an impact on what Walsh thought about the Gators?

"No I will still take one of my visits there once the season is over with."

So does the NFC offensive lineman have a leader at this time?

"I have always liked the Seminoles and hope to receive and offer from them," he said "I have already been to two games this year at Doak; I went to the Georgia Tech and Maryland games. I will also go there for the UM/FSU game in October."

Walsh will be taken official visits to FSU, Florida, UCF, North Carolina and NC State. He has been offered by the North Carolina, Iowa State, UCF and East Carolina.

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