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Deondre Francois needs to transfer to Alabama State and help them stick it to Florida State

Deondre Francois needs to sign with Alabama State, it would be amazing to see him knock off his former team playing for an HBCU school.

Deondre Francois is a kid that lived right down the road from me.  The former Florida State quarterback had a run in with the law and people just all the sudden wrote him off. I like him as a player and I feel he can help a program especially a small school program right now.

Francois was expected to join Lane Kiffin at FAU as a walk-on, but that is not going to happen now according to FAUOwlAccess.com. So what is up now with Francois?

Well Francois was reportedly at the Alabama State campus checking things out according to Maria Martin on June 21st. While it is not official it would be a huge signing for the Hornets, because guess who they play on November 11th?

If you said Florida State you are a smart cookie. Florida State dismissed the gunslinger after a social media post brought light to an alleged domestic incident between an ex-girlfriend and the QB. The Tallahassee Police Department dropped the case as their was not enough evidence.

Francois has been dealing with a lot, but helping Alabama State upset Florida State would be a huge notch on his belt. Remember this he was the ACC Rookie of the Year in 2016.

It would be great to stick it to Florida State, and let’s not kid ourselves they are not that good anymore.

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