TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Among those that attended Florida State's Junior Day on Saturday was Miami Beach (Fla.) athlete Ricardo Louis. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound athlete was immediately informed upon arriving on campus that he had an official offer.
"They told me that they had offered me before but I didn't know," Louis said. "I met Jimbo Fisher and he told me I had an offer. I was just really excited. I like their offense and that is where they want me, so that is good."
Louis, who plays quarterback for North Miami but regularly works out at wide receiver when participating in camps and combines, doesn't know where he would line up if he ended up in Tallahassee.
"I told them I am an athlete," Louis said. "They can try me at any position and I will play wherever I fit best at."
The South Florida product was very impressed by what he saw in and around Doak Campbell Stadium.
"I like the coaching staff, they have a great coaching staff," Louis said. "They are all about winning and academics, they are all about their student-athletes."
Florida State is just the latest school to offer the standout prospect.
"Last week was Alabama, the week before that was Ohio State," Louis said. "I also have UM, ECU, FIU, USF, UCF, and Rutgers."
His visit to Florida State marked his second Junior Day visit this month as he went to a local school last weekend.
"Last week I was at UM for their Junior Day," Louis said. "That was my first time going there. I had never been to UM. It was really fun, a really good experience."
As for upcoming plans, Louis said he plans to make it to Gainesville tomorrow to see the University of Florida.
At this point, he doesn't claim a leader for his services.
"I did have an early leader which was UM but every week it is different for me," Louis said. "I am just going along with the process and going day-by-day."