FSU added 7-3 Boris Bojanovsky to their basketball future on Monday. Read more about Bojanovsky on Seminoles.com.
Boris Bojanovsky, who averaged 22.0 points, 13.3 rebounds and 4.2 blocked shots in 2011 Under 18 European Championships, has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Florida State University and play basketball for head coach Leonard Hamilton. He becomes the fifth member of the Seminoles' nationally ranked recruiting class.
Bojanovsky (Slovak Republic) joins Florida State's already-heralded class of guard Devon Bookert (Anchorage, Ak./West), guard Montay Brandon (High Point, N.C./Wesleyan Academy), forward Robert Gilchrist (London, England/Polk State Junior College), guard Aaron Thomas (Cincinnati, Ohio/Brewster Academy) to form one of the most well-rounded and top rated recruiting classes in the nation.
At 7-3, Bojanovsky is believed to be the tallest player ever to sign with the Seminole basketball program.
"We feel that Boris is a tremendous addition to our recruiting class," said Hamilton who was named the 2012 ACC Coach of the Year. "We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to add a player from the Canarias Basketball Academy (CBA) to our program. His experiences at the CBA will allow Boris to become an asset to our team early in his career."
You can see a little of Bojanovsky in this video, he is on the black team wearing #15.