Karlos Williams was projected as a defensive star when he arrived at Florida State as the No. 5 overall recruit in the nation in 2011, but Jimbo Fisher announced Thursday that Williams’ future would be on offense.
Williams has worked the past two days at running back, Fisher said, and going forward, he expects the move to be permanent.
“He’s 6-1, 232 pounds, runs a 10.5 100 meters, can catch, can run, is very natural with the ball in his hand, is physical, fast, learns,” Fisher said. “He’s doing a really nice job, and I think he can provide not just depth there, but he can drive some spark there.”
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