Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois has enrolled for the spring semester at the faculty, quelling speculation he’d declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, in accordance to experiences.
While, there is continue to the possibility Francois could declare for the NFL Draft despite enrolling for the spring semester as a redshirt senior at FSU, per a 247 Noles report.
Gamers have till following Monday to declare for the NFL Draft, although Francois is a Seminole for now.
Francois was weighing his choices in December on whether to return to the Seminoles, in accordance to the Tallahassee Democrat.
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Francois, an Orlando indigenous, also was thinking of remaining a grad transfer, in accordance to the Orlando Sentinel.
Francois refuted the report he was screening NFL waters.
“Why would I not go back to FSU?” Francois instructed the Orlando Sentinel. “I’m imagining about declaring [for the NFL] but I do not know what I’m heading to do. I never ever instructed anybody nothing at all like that. I’m just unsure what I’m carrying out proper now.
“I’m continue to taking with my household seeking to choose, but I never ever reported nothing at all like that.”
Francois played his senior year of higher faculty football at powerhouse IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, under previous Heisman Trophy winner and FSU quarterback Chris Weinke.
But in the 2017 year-opener against Alabama, Francois tore his patellar tendon in his left knee and missed the final 12 game titles of the year.
That led to a quarterback fight in between him and his alternative, James Blackman as properly as third-string Bailey Hockman ahead of the 2018 year. Francois conquer equally out and Hockman transferred to North Carolina State as a consequence.
FSU lost out on longtime fully commited quarterback Sam Howell throughout December’s early signing interval just after he flipped to North Carolina. Howell’s determination to sign up for the Tar Heels in his indigenous North Carolina was sparked by FSU offensive coordinator Walt Bell’s departure to develop into the head coach at UMass in early December.
The Seminoles hired Kendal Briles, son of previous Baylor coach Art Briles, as their new offensive coordinator. Kendal Briles’ previous stops at Baylor, FAU and Houston utilized twin-threat quarterbacks, in accordance to 247 Sporting activities.
Francois threw for 2,731 yards with a 57.3 completion proportion this past year. That integrated 15 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.