How to find an NFL player in the Bahamas


It was a cold January night when Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston decided he needed to make the trek to the Bahamas for a visit with his girlfriend.

The visit was to be his first since transferring to Florida State in the spring of 2015.

He said it would take place in his hometown of Tampa.

The plan worked out pretty well.

Winston has been to the state many times, attending a couple of his alma maters and getting to know some of the locals.

The plan had been to stay a month and then visit Florida State’s football facility, but he was able to find time to get a tour of campus during the week of Jan. 5.

On that visit, Winston made a quick trip to the football building and met with the team’s offensive line coach.

He told Winston he was impressed with what he saw and said he would keep him in mind.

Winston’s decision to visit was the start of a process that led to his transfer to FSU.

It was during his time at Florida State that Winston met and fell in love with wide receiver Jameisa Cade.

As a sophomore, Winston had just one reception for 17 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Texas Tech.

The next year, he would put up four catches for 73 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Alabama.

It wasn’t until Winston signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in the NFL draft that he became one of the most highly touted prospects in the draft.

After the Jaguars selected him with the sixth pick, Winston decided to attend a private school in Florida and spend time with his dad.

“I got to go to Florida with my dad and I spent a couple weeks with the Florida Gators football program,” Winston said.

“So I think that was one of those things where I felt like it was a good fit for me.

I think I got a chance to spend some time with some of these guys.

That was definitely a good experience.”

It’s safe to say Winston didn’t have much to say when he arrived in Florida.

He had already left for Jacksonville, and after spending some time in Jacksonville, he was ready to go.

The only problem was, he didn’t know who was playing at the time.

He didn’t even know where to start looking for recruits.

That’s when he learned the Jaguars had drafted five receivers in the first round.

The team has only drafted five in the past seven drafts, so there was a chance he could end up with five different players that ended up on the field.

Instead, Winston was able at least to find two guys that fit the bill.

One of them was the 6-foot-5, 205-pound wide receiver from Florida State, who is currently the No. 2 wide receiver on the Jaguars.

The other was another wide receiver that Winston had a chance at.

On Thursday, the Jaguars signed former U.S. Army All-American and Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Huff to a five-year contract.

Huff, a redshirt freshman, will spend the season on the practice squad and is looking to make a push for a roster spot.

The signing is an interesting one for Huff, who was the No.”99 overall prospect in the 2018 class and the No.’s fifth-best player overall on the depth chart behind Alabama’s Marlon Mack, Ole Miss’ Tyquan Lewis, Texas A&M’s Johnathan Gray and Notre Dame’s Jalen Ramsey.

Huff was also a part of the Jaguars’ secondary last season and has plenty of NFL experience.

He recorded eight tackles for loss and four interceptions in 2017 and was the top tackler in the Jaguars secondary.

The only question mark surrounding Huff is the speed that he flashed at the combine.

The Jaguars only took a quarterback this year and they have yet to make an official move for a veteran wideout, so it’s unclear how much Huff will be a part on the team.

If Huff stays healthy, the team should be in good shape.

Huff has the ability to rush the passer and is a capable punt returner.

He was a four-year starter for the Jaguars in 2017, making 46 of his 68 returns for 616 yards and five touchdowns.

He also had three interceptions and five pass breakups in 2017.

Huff’s speed and athleticism make him a very intriguing addition to a defense that has struggled to stop the run and has struggled with big plays against the pass.