August 21, 2007
Tallahassee, Fl. - Leesburg's D'Vontrey Richardson is considered the quarterback of the future at Florida State.
The problem is Richardson wants to play for the Seminoles this season.
That is why Richardson worked out Monday with the receivers at Florida State.
Richardson believes he could help the FSU offense at wide receiver.
The decision to move to receiver is all Richardson who missed most of spring practice while playing baseball.
That put Richardson behind the other three quarterbacks in learning offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher's system.
Depending on how the move to receiver goes this fall, Richardson could be back under center next spring.
FSU has their final full scrimmage of the preseason tonight where Richardson will play receiver and at quarterback.