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19   Wyatt Sexton
Wyatt Sexton

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Tallahassee, Fla.

High School:
Leon

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 217

Position:
QB


At Florida State: Enters preseason practice as the Seminoles' starting quarterback...started seven games and recorded a 5-2 record as Florida State's starting quarterback during the 2004 season...has played in 12 games during the first two years of his career...won his first career start with a victory over North Carolina on Oct. 2, 2004 in Doak Campbell Stadium...passed for a career-high 275 yards as he completed 20-of-26 passes in a 36-3 victory over No. 6 Virginia in his third career start in 2004...guided the Seminoles to come from behind victories on the road at Syracuse, Wake Forest and NC State...directed Florida State to fourth quarter touchdowns to win at Syracuse and Wake Forest and led the team to 17 third quarter points in the victory at NC State...earned the team award for top academic effort by a freshman at the Seminoles' annual season-ending banquet in 2002...named the Seminoles' most dependable quarterback following spring practice in 2005.

Sophomore Year (2004): Played in 10 of the Seminoles' 12 games while earning seven starting assignments at quarterback...recorded a 5-2 record as Florida State's quarterback with victories over North Carolina, Syracuse, Virginia, Wake Forest and NC State...lost only to Maryland and Florida...threw for a team-high 1,661 yards and eight touchdowns with a completion percentage of .551...earned his first action of the season finishing up in the fourth quarter of the Seminoles' victory over UAB...completed six-of-nine passes for 47 yards against the Blazers...came off the bench the following week for an injured Chris Rix and completed 17-of-26 passes for 162 yards and helped Florida State earn a victory over Clemson...the starter against North Carolina and took full advantage of the opportunity by completing 20-of-31 attempts (.645 percent) for one touchdown and 193 yards in a 38-16 victory...best game in terms of yardage came against No. 6 Virginia as he threw for 275 yards while completing 20-of-26 passes in a 36-3 victory for the Seminoles ...completed a career-high .769 percent of his passes against the Cavaliers...named to the All-ACC Academic Football Team...recipient of the Golden Torch Award for football.

Freshman Year (2003): The Seminoles' back-up quarterback in five games...served as the third team quarterback behind Rix and Fabian Walker...playing time came against North Carolina, Colorado, Duke, Wake Forest and Notre Dame...pass attempts came against North Carolina and Duke...threw for a season-high 47 yards on two-of-three passing at North Carolina, including a 45-yard strike to Lorne Sam...completed one pass in two attempts for nine yards at Duke.

2002: A redshirt season.

High School: Graduated from Leon High School in 2002...ranked the No. 1 quarterback prospect in the state of Florida by Bill Buchalter and the Florida Times Union...named the nation's No. 43 prep player in a compilation of lists of major recruiting services including Max Emfinger, Tom Lemming and Rivals100.com...named the Most Valuable Player of the Florida/Georgia All-Star game following his senior season...completed 12-of-19 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns in just two quarters of action as Florida won the game...threw for 2,193 yards, 19 touchdowns and was intercepted only seven times as a senior...ranked third in the state in passing as a senior...passed for over 2,800 yards and 28 touchdowns as a junior and led the state of Florida in passing...best prep game was during his junior season as he completed 32-of-52 passes for 405 yards against Jacksonville Fletcher...selected Florida State over Illinois, North Carolina, NC State and Auburn...graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA and scored 1,270 on the SAT.

Personal: Born July 20, 1984...major is communication studies...son of Florida State assistant head coach and running backs coach Billy Sexton.

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