Florida State served crab legs to recruits at Clemson game
Like any other powerhouse football program would have done, Florida State gave its top recruits the royal treatment when they visited Tallahassee last weekend to watch the Seminoles take on Clemson. According to offensive line recruit Matthew Burrell, the team treated prospective players to a gourmet spread at halftime that included — wait for it — some delicious crab legs.
“One of the best parts of the visit was the food with the crab legs,” Burrell said after his visit, according to Ryan Bartow of 247Sports.com.
Of course, crab legs are right up there with filet mignon and lobster tails when it comes to fine dining. But thanks to Jameis Winston the delicacy has a very special meaning in the college football world. You might even say it would be a good idea for FSU to leave that off the menu to avoid the jokes.
Then again, this is the same university that thought having an “Ask Jameis Winston” session on Twitter would be a good idea.
For what it’s worth, Burrell also got to meet Winston and said he was an “awesome guy.” We’re guessing Burrell didn’t have the stones to offer him any crab legs, but that would have been legendary.