Life Without Star Player Michael Snaer For the Florida State Seminoles

By Trevor Lowry
Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Snaer has been the leading scorer for the Florida State Seminoles for two years now. Snaer has been awesome for this team to say the least, but it is now time for Florida State to move on without Snaer, since he will be graduating and likely moving on to the NBA.

For anyone who has actually watched Snaer play, you would not only know that he scored 14.8 points per game this year, but he also was one of the most clutch players in college basketball. If any game was ever on the line for Florida State and the Seminoles needed a bucket to win the game, Snaer would be their man. I am pretty sure he hit 1,000 buzzer-beaters in his career. Okay, it clearly was not that much, but Snaer is known for hitting the game winning shot.

Whether if it was Snaer hitting a three with time expiring at Duke or him making the buzzer-beater layup against Georgie Tech, Snaer was known in the college basketball world as a clutch player.

Although Florida State did not make the NCAA Tournament this year and was actually very disappointing to say the least, Snaer was still one of the best players to take the court every time he played.

As mentioned above, Snaer led his team with 14.8 points per game this season, but he also averaged 4.5 rebounds per game and had 196 made three-pointers in his career.

Florida State has lost many great players in its history and will be able to move on from Snaer graduating, but he was still one of the best players to ever put on a Seminoles uniform.


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