NFL Draft - Florida State Seminoles Jacobbi McDaniel
Quietly on the best in the nation
At first it likely seemed an awful thing. McDaniel got hurt and missed nearly a year and a half of football at Florida State. He had to redshirt, in 2012. If there was no injury he wouldn't of been there to enjoy the National Championship season. Maybe the Seminoles aren't there is McDaniel had already played out his eligibility. But as fate would have it, he and his teammates shared in the excitement of winning the final BCS National Championship Game.
Jacobbi McDaniels was an impact player for deep and talented Florida State defense. McDaniels immediately was up to the task appearing, in all 13 games as a true freshman and making two starts. His career blossomed from there, and even his knee injury, in 2011, didn't stop him from returning to form. McDaniel redshirted, in 2012 and played his final season (championship season) with the Seminoles against Auburn. One of FSU's top defensive tackles who excels at controlling the gap. McDaniel now focuses on the next chapter of his football life. Making it in the National Football League.