The 6-foot-2, 190 pounder, who notched nearly 800 yards receiving as a junior, decided to pull the trigger on Sunday morning.
"I'm officially a Nole!" he said. "I just can't wait to get down there. I'll probably go down there when school is over."
The class of 2014 talent, and the highest rated among offensive commits for the Seminoles in the class thus far, felt that FSU was just "the perfect fit."
"I've thought it was the perfect fit for about a month, I love the offense and the staff," said Pack. "It just feels right."
Confident, yet humble, the rising senior knows what he can bring to any offense at the next level.
"FSU is getting a hard worker and a go-getter," he said. "I have sure hands and can make a big play happen at any time."
Pack, rated as the No. 40 wide receiver nationally on FOX Sports NEXT/Scout.com, says he plans to recruit for the Seminoles as soon as possible though he doesn't have specific targets in mind.
As far as his visit plans elsewhere between now and February 5, 2014, Pack admitted that he may still "check out" the in-state schools that have offered like Ole Miss and Mississippi State, as well as Arkansas.
Check out junior highlights of the newest Nole commitment below: