"He actually just said, 'They offered me. What do you think? I told Florida State I would be a preferred walk-on.' And in my opinion, it's a no-brainer," Sailer said Wednesday. "A scholarship is worth so much to you, obviously financially but also with the opportunity you're given. Once you have a scholarship, it's your job to lose. He was really excited, and it's an overwhelming process that these young men go through. You have to be patient. … But he was ecstatic."