Jacques Patrick is a talented 2015 running back prospect with offers from top programs across the…
Seabury is all Seminole
Javonte Seabury has a handful of offers including Florida State, Miami, West Virginia, and Georgia Tech, but he just couldn't say no to all the Seminoles program has to offer. "The coaches are really good, they've come to the school plenty of times to see me and my brother. It's a great coaching staff. When I go there it's a great atmosphere, of course, they have a great tradition of football. Right now, they have one of the number one recruiting classes," Seabury said. For Seabury, it's his relationships with the coaches at Florida State that truly set it above the rest. "Jimbo, he's a good dude, I met his son and everything, I threw the ball around with his little son. My brother (RB target Jacques Patrick) talks to him all the time and I call him every other week. Coach Trickett, he's a cool dude, I like his personality and my mom like him a lot, so that's another key thing," he said. The Timber Creek (Orlando, FL) standout is also hoping to recruit his brother and teammate, top 2015 running back Jacques Patrick, to join him in Tallahassee. The two are sure to visit several times this fall. "My brother, he's got plenty of offers. I would love for him to come to Florida State and I'll try to get him, but whatever he decides, I'll be happy with it," Seabury said. Not only does Seabury have great relationships with the FSU coaches, but he's also been building them with some of the commitments, especially wide receiver Ryan Sousa, who also plays in Orlando (Lake Nona / Orlando, FL). "He's a really good guy, he has a great personality, he has great speed, great catching ability. Hopefully, when we go to Florida State together, we can be roommates and have a better relationship with each other," Seabury said. The 5-foot-9, 170-pound receiver knows he can be a contributor for the Seminoles at the next level and he's excited to build on his skills this fall. "(My best skill is) my breakout speed, when I catch the ball, I can accelerate faster than most people," he said. "I'm trying to get faster. Right now, I run a 4.3, I'm trying to get to a 4.2 and have one of the fastest times in the country, and my size, and keeping my speed at the same time. I have good catching ability, I work on that every day."
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