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CARLOS BECKER III

Player profile

position
Long Jump
year
Sophomore
hometown
Kissimmee, Fla.
high school
Osceola

BIO:

PERFORMANCE PROFILE

The latest in a long line of Florida State football players who have continued to pursue their passion for track & field as dual-sport athletes…an outstanding long jumper at the high school level who is capable of contributing on sprint relays…was the 2016 4A state champion and posted the No. 6 long jump mark nationally 25-0 (7.62m).

2017:

Indoor – Participated in three meets…Placed 2nd in Long Jump during his collegiate debut at the Larry Wieczorek Invitational…Qualified for ACC Championships and finished 6th after converting 24′ 1.5” for a 7.35m mark…Outdoor – Recorded top-10 finishes in both the UF Tom Jones Memorial and Seminole Twilight meets…Placed 8th in the ACC Championships for Long Jump…Qualified for the NCAA Division I Championships by placing in top 12 with a mark of 7.47m…Finished in 7th and recorded season high jump by converting 25′ 0.5” at the NCAA Championships.

Personal:

A four-star defensive back, he led Osceola High to back-to-back state championship game appearances…appeared in 10 games for the Seminoles in the fall…collected the Orange Bowl-clinching interception to secure the win against Michigan…competed on the track for four seasons and ranked 11th in Florida last season in the 110-meter hurdles (14.17)…also ran sprints and contributed to relay teams…plans to major in food science and nutrition…born November 10, 1996.