Four-star cornerback Carlos Becker made an official visit to Florida State over the weekend and the feedback was positive.

At 6-2, 185 pounds, Becker, who hails from Kissimmee, Fla., has great size for a corner and is rated the 39th-best player in the state of Florida for the class of 2016 by 247Sports.

Becker, who according to Scout, was hosted by star safety Derwin James, a rising sophomore, said the coaching staff envisions him playing many roles for the Seminoles.

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Per Scout.com:

"I talked to Coach Jimbo (Fisher) a lot," Becker said. "I also got to talk to Coach (Rick) Trickett and Coach (Charles) Kelly." Fisher made sure that the talented defensive back knew that he was a priority.

"He was just telling me he likes me as a player and that they need me in their class," Becker said. "After meeting me and seeing me for the past few days he likes me as a person too.

Florida State sees Becker filling a number of roles should he choose the Seminoles.

"Coach Kelly sees me at corner, nickel, and safety," Becker said.


Becker even got to try on a Seminoles uniform.

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— Carlos Becker lll (@beckercarlos5) January 17, 2016

Becker, who is yet to commit to a school, is scheduled to visit Ohio State next, according to Scout.com.