Will Hester Jr. Be A Nole?

In the mid-80's Jessie Hester was a standout for the Seminoles earning his way to honorable mention All-American honors. He scored 22 touchdowns during his four years, including 10 in his 1984 senior season He has a son who is being highly recruited by several big-time programs. Where do the Noles stand with Jessie Hester Jr.? "

"I written offers from Miami and Georgia," Hester Jr. says. "I got calls from Southern Cal, Iowa, Alabama, Pittsburgh and Ohio State.

What about the Noles and Canes?

"Florida State called last night but I was out," he said. "I talk with Miami Coach Cristobol on a regular basis."

Right now Hester's top three is Miami, Georgia and Pittsburgh.

"Florida State probably would move up my list if they started t recruit me hard but I doubt that's going to happen," he said.

Despite being upset with his childhood favorite, Hester Jr. will still camp in Tallahassee this summer. The 6-foot-0 and 163 pounder will also camp at Miami on June 12th.

This upcoming fall, he will also visit Miami and and Florida State unofficially for games. He will attend the Miami/Florida State and Florida and Florida State games.

The past three years, Hester Jr. has played for Wellington high school but he has plans to transfer to the school his father attended Belle Glades Central.

"I always wanted to go to Belle Glades," he said. "They have more talent over there and it will prepare me more for college."

Hester, Jr. will make a decision on National Signing Day.

"It's going to have to be on February 4th," he said. "There's no way I can pick a school now. There's too much pressure down here now for me to decide."

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