Posted January 25, 2013 on floridastate.scout.com
Florida State went back into the state of Alabama to land another verbal commitment in Fairhope's Nate Andrews. At 6'0, 195 Andrews is an athlete that will likely line up in the defensive backfield in Tallahassee. NoleDigest breaks down his recruitment.
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