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Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Florida State Land Top Defensive End Transfer

Florida State Seminoles coach Mike Norwell has already made waves with his offensive approach to the transfer portal, and perhaps the biggest off-season yet going on, as FSU secured Albany defensive end Jared Versse. Have done:

FSU used a recruitment pitch centered around the success of past Portal linemen Jermaine Johnson and Keir Thomas, beating other suitors to the verse, including the Tennessee Volunteers and Miami Hurricanes. Verse has recently added offers from the Florida Gators, LSU Tigers, Michigan Wolverines, Oklahoma Sooners, Texas Longhorns and USC Trojans, among dozens of others.

In 2021, Verse, who stands at 6’4,247 pounds, recorded 52 tackles (31 singles), including 11.5 for a loss, 9.5 sacks, a pass breakup, 13 quarterback haste, and a forced fumble, First Team All. – Colonial Earning Athletic Association Respect Don’t be fooled by his former school – The verse shows he is a legitimate player who should make an immediate impact (you should have already hinted at the above propositions). FSU is certainly counting on him to move on quickly to the starting role.

Shlok has three years of eligibility left and once he gets into FSU’s strength and conditioning program… WATCH.


From his Albany bio:

Shlok was a key player on the defensive line for Ulbani this year. He finished third in the CAA in sacks with 0.95 per game, 10 singles and one assist for a season total of 10.5. He finished fourth in the team with 53 tackles (32 solo, 21 assisted) with 11.5 tackle losses. The standout defensive end recorded eight tackles in a game three times (NDUS, Delaware, Stony Brook) and two sacks in a game three times (Delaware, William & Mary, Morgan State). He hit a total of 13 quarterback hits, which included a pass breakup and a coercive fumble.

2021s: CAA Defensive Rookie of the Year… All-CAA Second Team… Stats Perform FCS Jerry Rice Award Finalist... led CAA to a loss on 10.0, all singles, for 36 yards … finished second in CAA with 4.0 sacks … earned a first start against Stony Brook (3/27) in which his The season was- High 10 tackles, seven singles… The season ended with 22 tackles, 15 singles, followed by a coercive rumble.

2019: Didn’t appear in any game.

High School: Three-sport athletes (football, basketball and track) at Columbia Central. …as a senior tight end, holding 15 passes for 385 yards. Also 14 tackles and three force fumbles were made defensively. … won a state championship as part of the 4×400 relay team. … also participated in 100, 200 and 4×100. … a three-time All-PHAC athlete.

Personal: The son of Eric and Janine Verse. …have three sisters – Soleil, Anira and Miah – as well as two brothers, Aaron and Terence. … majoring in engineering.

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