Winter Park (Fla.) dual-threat quarterback Asiantii Woulard hit the road on Saturday to check out an in-state school.
"I visited Florida State for the spring game," Woulard said.
The 6-foot-4, 205-pound signal-caller said the visit has been in the works for some time.
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"I have been dealing with them for a while and Coach (Rick) Trickett has been trying to get me up there," Woulard said. "I just hadn't had the time to visit, but today I did so I went on up there and checked it out."
The three-star athlete was impressed by what he saw during his time in Tallahassee.
"It was really nice," Woulard said. "I liked all of their facilities. I liked the stadium. I liked everything that I saw up there. It is just a really nice place to be and they have a lot to offer to football players."
During the visit, Woulard had the opportunity to speak with a pair of coaches on the Florida State staff.
"I spoke with Coach (Dameyune) Craig and Coach Trickett during the visit," Woulard said. "They just told me that they are really interested. I was in the meeting with Coach Craig and we were watching film and talking about how they do things on the field. All of that kind of stuff. Coach Trickett spoke to me, it was just casual conversation. He said they are going to be down in the spring to watch me. They said they are interested in a quarterback for 2013."
In watching the spring game, Woulard says he sees an opportunity at Florida State.
"I felt like I could go there and play," Woulard said. "I think I could play right away."
While he doesn't hold an offer from the Seminoles, Woulard believes one will be extended in the coming weeks or months.
"I think it is highly likely," Woulard said. "I could see myself going there, but if they offered I would still wait it out a little bit and make sure it is the right decision for me."
Woulard mentioned plans to visit South Florida, the school he recently decommitted from, later this week.
As a junior, Woulard had 1,334 passing yards, 14 touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. It marked his first year as a starting quarterback for Winter Park.