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Defensive end recruit Andrew Tuazama connects with coaches during FSU visit

(Tomahawk Nation)
Three-star Andrew Tuazama made an appearance at Jimbo Fisher camp on Thursday, coming down from his hometown of Knightdale (NC) Knightdale. Although listed as a tight end, Florida State is recruiting him as a defensive end.
The 6’6 225 lb. prospect spoke about his work with the coaches, noting how he enjoyed the coaching from defensive ends coach Brad Lawing during camp. He was also fond of Lawing and Jay Graham are both from the Carolinas.
On the 247 Composite rankings board, the 2018 prospect is ranked No. 773 overall, No. 36 among tight ends and No. 26 in the state of North Carolina.
Tuazama appreciated the old school aesthetic look of the campus itself, noting the famous brick used throughout the buildings. In fact, Doak Campbell stadium is the largest brick structured building in the western hemisphere. Besides Florida State, Tuazama says that he also likes Maryland and East Carolina, two of his 5 other offers.

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