The Florida State Seminoles added the fifth member to their 2014 recruiting class on Monday night when head coach Leonard Hamilton got a commitment from junior college shooting guard Kedar Edwards.
“I feel like I can come in and play a big part and help get a lot more wins for us,” Edwards told Noles 24/7.
The 6’5, 185-pound Edwards believes he can helped Florida State immediately in several different ways.
“I am a guard who can play multiple positions,” Edwards said. “I can shoot and I am very athletic.”
Edwards currently attends State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri.
Edwards is considered a 3-star prospect according to 24/7 Sports’ composite rankings. He is considered the fifth best junior college shooting guard prospect, the top overall junior from the state of Missouri and the 25th best overall junior college prospect in the class of 2014.
Edwards chose the Seminoles over offers from the the DePaul Blue Demons, Iona Gaels and Western Kentucky Hilltoppers.
He joins 4-star junior college power forward Cinmeon Bowers, 3-star junior college point guard Dayshawn Watkins, 3-star power forward Norbertas Giga and 3-star point guard Robbie Berwick, who have all already signed with the Seminoles.