Hamsah Nasirildeen was one of the best players in the country when coming out of high school. The four star prospect from North Carolina was a beast in high school. He played both sides of the ball. He was quite the athlete and played wide out and a hybrid safety on defense.
In his first year at FSU, Nasirildeen appeared in all 13 games as a true freshman and finished with 29 tackles and 2 pass break up. His collegiate debut came against Alabama and he recorded 3 tackles.
In 2018, as a true sophomore, Hamsah played in 12 games and started 5. He led the entire team with 91 tackles. His first interception came against Boston College.
Last year, Hamsah tore it up. He started in 10 games and finished the season with 101 tackles. He is the first Seminole to hit 100 tackles in a season since 2014. The kid is a game changer that seems to always be around the ball. At 6040 and 215 pounds Nasirildeen is one of the best safeties in the entire NFL Draft.
NFL Draft Diamonds Scouting Notes:
Hamsah Nasirildeen is one of the most naturally gifted prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft. The 6040 defensive back looks solid not lanky and is explosive. He does a great job at making a break on the ball, and his ball skills are phenomenal. He was the number 1 player in the state of North Carolina coming out of high school and the Concord native will be in the NFL by this time next year. He is a special player. – Damond Talbot, NFL Draft Diamonds Owner