Florida State is officially one step closer to locking in 2016 quarterback Malik Henry.
The 6-foot-2, 174-pounder, out of Long Beach, California, signed his grant-in-aid paperwork with FSU, according to 247 Sports' Josh Newberg, both assuring Henry a scholarship and allowing unlimited contact between he and the school. Henry's father also confirmed that he will early enroll, according to Newberg and Noles247. This is all big news for Jimbo Fisher and staff.
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Henry is rated as a five-star by Rivals.com, and is a major part of what FSU has put together for the 2016 recruiting cycle.