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Player: E.J. Manuel
School: Florida State
Queen City Sports Ranking: 9th
E.J. Manuel led Florida State to a 25-6 record as starting QB for the Seminoles. Manuel’s first year as Florida State’s full time starter came in 2011. In his first season as starter, Manuel completed 65.3% of his passes (203 completions/311 attempts) while throwing for 2,666 yards. Manuel passed for 18 touchdowns, ran for four touchdowns and threw eight interceptions. He finished his 2011 campaign with a 9-4 record and end of the season wins over Florida and then Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl.
Riding the momentum of the two wins, Florida State had large expectations in 2012. Manuel led the Seminoles to a 12-2 record. On the season, Manuel completed 263 of 387 passes and raised his completion percentage to 68%. Manuel threw for 3,392 yards and had a 23-10 TD-INT ratio. Manuel also added four touchdowns on the ground. Manuel led Florida State to the BCS Discover Orange Bowl where the...
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