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WALVENSKI AIMÉ

#94

Player profile

2017:

Appeared in 11 games, seeing time as a rotational defensive tackle and recorded 18 tackles, two TFL, three quarterback hurries and a blocked kick…against Louisville, came away with two tackles, including one tackle for loss…finished with a season-high four tackles at defending national champion Clemson…blocked an extra point at rival Florida.

2016:

Completed his first season in Tallahassee with 17 tackles, a quarterback hurry and a blocked extra point…his blocked extra point against North Carolina in the final minutes kept UNC’s lead at six, allowing FSU to score with 23 seconds remaining to take a one-point lead…steady part of the defensive tackle rotation…had five tackles at No. 10 Louisville…made two stops at USF and had two tackles against the 23rd-ranked Tar Heels…made four tackles at No. 10 Miami.

PERSONAL:

Physically imposing four-star defensive tackle prospect who spent two seasons at Fort Scott (Kansas) Community College…enrolled at Florida State in January 2016 after signing his national letter of intent in December 2015…rated as the No. 3 junior college defensive tackle prospect and the No. 30 JUCO player overall by ESPN…tabbed as the country’s 10th-best defensive tackle in the JUCO ranks by 247Sports and No. 69 JUCO player overall by 247Sports…dominated in 2015, totaling 41 tackles, five TFLs and two sacks at Fort Scott…had 11 tackles in three games in 2014 before an injury ended his season…joins current offensive lineman Kareem Are as Fort Scott products…collected four-star ratings from ESPN and Scout and three-star rankings from Rivals and 247Sports…attended Boca Raton’s Olympic Heights High School…chose Florida State over offers from Alabama, Miami, and Auburn among others…born on August 18, 1995…majoring in criminology.