You just might be looking at the future star of Florida State track and field. If he looks familiar, that's because he's currently a Rickards Raider. Senior sprinter Jujuan Harley has done what most only hope to do. He ran down his dream of representing Florida State on the track.
Jujuan Harley says "It's a dream come true. To be on the best of the best teams in the country means I'm doing something right. I don't stop working, but it's a great honor. Something to be a part of.
Jujuan could have gone anywhere, but chose FSU to follow in the footsteps of past Seminole greats like Walter Dix. So instead of standing out, he'll have to try to fit in with a NCAA Championship team. But his high school coach says Harley has the talent to make that happen.
@:54 Harry Jacobs
"He hadn't touched it yet. His talent hasn't peaked yet. He's just got a long way to go."
Jujuan Harley Says
"I don't want to be on a team that anything is given to me. I like to work for mine and earn mine. Going to Florida State, every day I'll be competing against the best of the best."
Fortunately, for Jujuan's friends and family, they get to watch his every stride.
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