Jameis Winston redshirted in 2012, meaning that after his 2014 sophomore season, his three-year wait will be over. He will be eligible to enter the 2015 NFL Draft. And with Winston the early front-runner to be selected with the No. 1 overall pick in that draft -- and a bet-the-mortgage lock to go in the top-10 -- it would require the rosiest glasses imaginable to see him returning for a junior season in Tallahassee.
Apparently Jimbo Fisher owns just such a pair of glasses.

“Everybody says he's going to stay one year and leave,” Fisher said at his Signing Day press conference, according to Noles 247. “Which I don't think that's true. I think it will be two.”

It's not coincidence that Fisher mentioned this belief on Signing Day, in the wake of the Seminoles adding five-star receivers Ermon Lane and Travis Rudolph -- players who Fisher admitted had chosen Florida State, in part, to play alongside the reigning Heisman Trophy winner.

“I thought Jameis did a great job in helping us recruit those guys,” Fisher said.