Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston had one of the most successful debut seasons in the history of college football in 2013. He took over the Seminoles’ offense as a redshirt freshman and led them on a record-breaking tear throughout the season, which culminated in a Heisman Trophy victory, as well as the final BCS National Championship.
By the time it was all said and done in the season, he even had NFL scouts saying that he would be the first quarterback taken overall in the draft if he were eligible to come out this year.
But, he is not and he’ll be back for another season of college football in 2014 where he’ll be tasked with trying to match all of his accomplishments from last season.
Recently, Campus Insiders college football analysts Doug Chapman and Ray Crawford took a look at some areas where Winston could actually improve his game this year as he tries to collect even more hardware in 2014.
Can Winston get even better in 2014?