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Florida State defensive end to give back to his hometown

Posted at 12:00 AM, Apr 20, 2019
and last updated 2019-04-20 00:00:05-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fl. (WTXL) - The Florida State football team doesn't take the field again until August, so now it's about spreading some Seminole cheer as coaches and players hit the road for their spring Booster tour.

On Friday, Willie Taggart and company were in Panama City Beach. Bay County is the home of junior defensive end Janarius Robinson. J-Rob's childhood home destroyed by Hurricane Michael, which was upgraded to a Category 5 storm of Friday, and the hometown boy made the announcement Friday night that he plans to give back to the Hurricane ravaged community.

"Through out the devastation and things that have been going on through the city, I wanted to do something, give back to the kids," he said. "On June 29th, I'll be hosting a football camp from 10 to 2p just to give back to the kids and the community around the city."

J-Rob said a link to register for the camp, which will be free, will be going out next week. It will be held in Panama City.