De'Marcus Adams, a speedy rising senior at Daytona Beach (Fla.) Mainland, attended the Seminoles' camp on Thursday evening, and was presented with the game-changing opportunity just shortly after.
Labeled as the 49th-ranked receiver in the South, Adams is armed with additional scholarship offers from Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, Penn State, Purdue, Syracuse and Wake Forest among others.
"It's just a childhood team I loved," Adams told Scout. "The overall atmosphere is just like back at home."
In fact, Adams was confident about scooping up the highly-anticipated offer when chopping it up with Scout exactly two weeks ago.
"Right now, FSU has been talking to me and really looking out for me. I'm really interested in them," Adams previously told Scout. "They're about to offer me soon, but until then, they are on top of my list."
Joining new teammate and three-star safety, John Huggins, Adams is also the second commitment of the evening for coach Jimbo Fisher and the Seminoles.
Adams is a big play waiting to happen who does a great job of getting vertical to high-point the ball, but also flashes outstanding control when completing the catch. He also impresses with his ability to extend out to catch the ball away from his body.
Adams will have to pack on some weight and strengthen up his frame, but plays much bigger than that when soaring over defenders. Adams is equipped with top-notch speed to accelerate away from defenders, but needs to work on expanding his route tree leading up to college.
This is the type of receiver who puts fans at the edge of their seats.
As always, stay tuned to Scout.