Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher has been one of the most successful head coaches at the college level during his time in Tallahassee, and a lot of that success coincided with former Seminole Jameis Winston being the team’s quarterback.
Fisher still believes in his quarterback, and he went on ESPN’s “First Take” to boldly proclaim that not only is he still a big believer in Winston, but that he’s going to be a Hall Of Famer.
Winston has had a rocky start in his NFL career, as he is yet to make the playoffs as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Still, the team, run by Jason Licht is moving in the right direction and have added a copious amount of pieces around Winston that include DeSean Jackson, Doug Martin, Cameron Brate, OJ Howard, and Mike Evans.
Winston has all the firepower on offense to put together something special, but he still has a lot to prove, but he did improve in Year 2 compared to Year 1. He just has to continue to make progress.
Winston threw for 28 touchdowns and 18 interceptions in 2016.