FSU Talks about their New Safeties

Florida State might have signed the biggest and most talented pair of safeties in the country in Anthony Leon of Miami Gulliver Prep and Myron Rolle of Princeton (NJ) The Hun School. Renegade Report.com caught up with Seminoles defensive back Coach James Colzie to get his take on the two new Noles.

Last fall, Florida State saw three game tapes of Anthony Leon and offered him a scholarship. The 6-foot-4 and 217 pound standout reminds Colzie of another Gulliver Prep Standout.

"He reminds me of Sean Taylor who also played at Gulliver Prep," Coach James Colzie said. "However, I think Anthony was more polished and better than Sean in high school."

What does the Seminole secondary Coach like about the South Florida Standout?

"He's got great size, quickness and instincts," he said. "He can really hit and he's not even tapped out yet. Anthony is only going to get better."

At rover the Noles have Army -American Myron Rolle enrolled in school participating in mat drills and film study.

"What I like about Myron is his work-ethic," Colzie said. "He's a student of the game who watches film every day. We have a lot of good athletes but he does the extra things like watching film. With his work-ethic and talent, it's going to be scary."

The Seminoles are very happy with the two huge safeties that will be roaming the secondary in Doak Campbell Stadium the next four years of their life.

"I don't think there is a pair of safties bigger or more talented in the country," Colzie said.

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