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On January 2nd Florida State quarterback commitment <b>Drew Weatherford</b> will lead the Florida squad in the annual Florida/California All-Star game. The caught up with four-star quarterback to find out how things are going on the West Coast.

"Things are going well in practice," Weatherford, who was named the Class 4A player of the year in Florida, said. "I'm starting to pick up the offense and I'm working hard in every practice. Last week I sprained my ankle and I hope it won't affect things."

On the field there have been several players that have impressed Weatherford, including Seminole safety commitment Jonathan Warren of Madison County.

He's real bad," he said. "Warren picked off several passes, including one of mine. The whole secondary is impressive. Trevor Ford and Kenny Impressive are good also. The secondary is got to be one of the strengths of the team."

On the offensive the Land O Lakes standout also singled out a couple of Jacksonville standouts, including Florida State running back commitment Lamar Lewis of Trinity Christian Academy.

"Lamar is running real strong," he said. "He's real quick and Mike McIntosh (First Coast) is real smooth. Everything he does on the field is good."

Off the field Weatherford is acting like an assistant coach for the Garnet & Gold.

"I've been talking to a lot players coming to Florida State," he said. "A lot of players come up to me and me about my decision. I've talked with Trevor Ford several times. He seems real interested but he'll take all of his visits. I've also talked with Kenny Ingram."

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