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 2 years ago '13        #4681
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2017 FSU Offensive Recruiting Board

A look at who is on Florida State's offensive recruiting board for the 2017 cycle.

Florida State will be taking a smaller class in 2017 with around 20 spots available. The Seminoles are already a fourth of the way there with five commits in the class, but will likely take a more reserved approach with limited spots available this cycle.
Quarterback

Needs: 1

Commits: None
Targets:

N'Kosi Perry
6'3" / 170 lbs
QB RANK
21
INTERESTS
8
244

Bailey Hockman
6'2" / 186 lbs
QB RANK
19
INTERESTS
12
225
Analysis Sophomore Evaluation: Coach's son first of all -- knows the game, high football I.Q., leadership skills, and plays under control. The arm stands out right away. Can make all the throws and shows the gun when needed and shows touch as well. Short, compact release. Lefty, but throws a very catchable ball. Spins it well. Has all the traits of a potential national prospect at his position.

Davis Mills
6'2.5" / 188 lbs
QB RANK
11
INTERESTS
18
101
AnalysisMills is a very efficient passer. His passes are very catchable, he throws with good timing, and he just knows where to put the football. He can force some balls at times, but he will improve with that over time. He has a nice release, the ball comes out spinning tight, and he throws with very good accuracy. He really plays the game at a good pace and never seems overwhelmed. Smart and aware with good command as well.

Florida State will need one quarterback in the 2017 cycle, and they've got a little bit of a late start. Perry and Hockman have both recently decommitted from Miami and Georgia, and the Seminoles have high interest in both. Perry is more of a dual threat quarterback while Hockman and Mills are more pro style.
Running Back

Needs: 2-3
Commits:

Zaquandre White
6'0" / 207 lbs / 4.73s
RB RANK
19
COMMITTED
202
Targets:

D'Andre Swift
5'9" / 204 lbs
RB RANK
3
INTERESTS
19
24
Analysis Swift is a powerful, explosive and strong runner. He has quick feet and can make subtle cuts in the hole or make a player miss in the open field. He is rugged and physical, and can run between the tackles or outside. He is thick and durable and tough to bring down on first contact. He plays with a low center of gravity. Swift also is a plus catching the ball, and he runs routes well. -- Brian Dohn

Khalan Laborn
5'9" / 195 lbs / 4.6s
RB RANK
5
INTERESTS
21
60
Analysis Laborn is an electrifying playmaker who is a threat to go the distance every time he touches the ball. He is a running back with good instincts and vision. Laborn has quick feet and is very elusive. He is also a very dangerous receiver and return man. Laborn must continue to get bigger, but there is no doubt he is one of the top prospects in his class and he has all the tools to become a big-time player in college.

A.J. Davis
5'11" / 175 lbs
RB RANK
18
INTERESTS
17
176
Analysis Davis is all about intangibles. He brings a lot to the table as a running back and he could play other positions. He can run the ball, he catches the ball out of the backfield, and he can line up in the slot. He is very quick and flashes great balance. Very good in open space and knows how to set defenders up. Not a power back and more of a perimeter guy than between the tackles. Needs to add strength. A versatile player.

Devan Barrett
6'1" / 190 lbs
ATH RANK
20
INTERESTS
23
232

C.J. Cotman
5'9.5" / 162 lbs
WR RANK
55
INTERESTS
15
Florida State already has a good one committed in White, but the Seminoles will need at least two this cycle. D'andre Swift is one of the top running backs in the country, and has high interest in the Noles. Laborn also has high interest in the Seminoles, and both have ties to players Florida State signed in 2016. Davis, Barrett, and Cotman are all instate prospects that Florida State has offered.
Wide Receiver

Needs: 2
Commits:

D.J. Matthews
5'11" / 160 lbs
WR RANK
15
COMMITTED
112
Analysis Matthews is fun to watch. He plays fast. On the smaller side, so likely a slot on the next level. Could be a really good slot. Very explosive. Plays fast whether he is going north-south or east-west. Can stop and go well and is tough to stop in the open field. Hands are a real strength. Really has good concentration. Needs to fill out his frame and get stronger. A true playmaker.

Targets:

Trevon Grimes
6'3.5" / 190 lbs
WR RANK
1
INTERESTS
21
7
Analysis Sophomore Eval: Very smooth wide receiver who covers a lot of ground quickly with long strides. Sneaky fast and is a true vertical threat. More of a glider across the field and very graceful. Receives the ball very well and naturally. High points the ball and goes after it. Can improve strength and ability to get off press coverage. A true outside receiver with big-play ability. Ceiling is very high for Grimes.

James Robinson
6'3" / 190 lbs
WR RANK
18
INTERESTS
20
118
AnalysisThere is not much that Robinson does not do well. He is a receiver who can go vertical or take it across the middle for the catch in traffic. He is explosive when he gets the ball and he has shown the ability to get separation. He is big and physical, so combine those with his speed and he is a big play waiting to happen. He gets yards after the catch with his speed or with size, and his ability to break the tackles.

Jerry Jeudy
6'1" / 169 lbs / 4.65s
ATH RANK
4
INTERESTS
26
30
AnalysisJeudy can be whatever coaches want him to be. Can be a wide receiver. Can be a corner. Could be a free safety too. Is a very versatile player with so much ability and potential. Hands really jump out. Can adjust to the ball well and he really plucks the ball out of the air very well. One who can sneak up on corners with his speed, then close at the same time with that speed in coverage. Has great body control. Nice burst when he gets the ball and out of breaks. Covers a lot of ground quickly, but shifty at the same time. Can add mass and strength.

Princeton Fant
6'0" / 185 lbs
WR RANK
NR
INTERESTS
4
Florida State already has their top target at wide receiver committed in DJ Matthews. Matthews is one of the top slot receivers in the country, and is a firm commitment to the Seminoles. After Matthews, Florida State will be looking for one more in 2017. Grimes, Jeudy, and Robinson are all favoring other teams at this time. Fant is an interesting prospect that is coming off a knee injury, but was a very good prospect before that. If he comes back healthy from the injury he will shoot up a lot of recruiting boards.
Tight End

Needs: 0-1
Commits: None
Targets:

Tre McKitty
6'3.5" / 219 lbs
TE RANK
12
INTERESTS
16
Analysis McKitty is what you look for in a new age tight end. He is a natural when flexed out, he can create mismatches against smaller defensive backs or slower linebackers, and he is a real go-to guy when the ball gets inside the red zone. He shines on defense too and you see the athleticism there, but his real upside is on the offensive side of the ball. Has the length and ability to get down the field vertically. Can get yards after the catch.

Logan Rudolph
6'3" / 220 lbs
TE RANK
3
INTERESTS
27
186
Analysis Rudolph is a versatile playmaker at tight end. He is comfortable lined up tight or split out wide. He runs good routes and does a nice job of finding open spots in defenses. Rudolph also shows good concentration and catches the ball well. He needs to continue to add weight and get stronger, but he has all the tools to be a very good tight end.

Florida State will not be losing any tight ends from the 2016 roster, but will look to add a tight end if it's the right one. McKitty and Rudolph are both very good prospects that will continue to receive interest from the Seminoles.
Offensive Line

Needs: 3-4
Commits: None
Targets:

Tedarrell Slaton
6'4.5" / 341 lbs / 5.29s
OG RANK
1
INTERESTS
15
4
Analysis Slaton looks like a grown man on the hoof. He is extremely strong in his lowerbody and upperbody. He just overpowers his opponent much of the time. His punch is impressive and he really shoots his hands well. Plays tackle, and could be a right tackle, but projects as an elite guard on the next level. Really bends well for a young man his size and fires off the ball. Needs to improve his footwork in pass protection and his hand placement. Simply nasty OL.

Alex Leatherwood
6'5" / 295 lbs / 5.23s
OT RANK
15
INTERESTS
10
120
Analysis Leatherwood passes the immediate eye test. Has great size with good balance in upper and lower body. Very strong and uses that power when he gets his hands on defenders. Really moves guys around and likes to put them on the ground. Better run blocker at this time. Can get to the second level. More of a right tackle type on the next level. Solid feet, but can improve pass sets. Solid in and out of his stance.

Calvin Ashley
6'6" / 310 lbs
OT RANK
3
COMMITTED
12
Analysis Ashley is an offensive tackle who can be that left tackle and protect a quarterback's blindside on the next level. Athletic with a great frame. Has good feet and keeps his feet moving well when driving guys off the ball. Has very good reach at tackle. Solid agility and mobility for a guy his size. Has shown the ability to run the speed rush guys out and stone the bigger ones. Can really improve his pad level and his leverage. Relies more on his big body right now, so needs to work on his sets and playing lower. He has real potential and he loves to finish his blocks.

Cesar Ruiz
6'4" / 290 lbs
C RANK
2
INTERESTS
25
210
Analysis Ruiz plays with a low pad level and explodes well. He is quick to the second level and his agility allows him to manipulate his body and make square blocks on smaller targets. He has a strong initial punch and once engaged, he drives his legs and turns the defensive play to open a hole. He retreats well in pass protection and he reads blitzes well. Adding more knee bend and getting his hands inside more are key to his development. -- Brian Dohn

Tony Gray
6'5" / 284 lbs
OT RANK
13
INTERESTS
13
83
Analysis Gray is an athletic offensive tackle who his team runs behind and leans on up front. He has really started to develop physically adding good weight to his frame. He has very good feet and flashes great balance and body control in the trenches. Really gets in and out of his stance well. Shows the ability to fire off the ball and stay with the faster ends. Still developing his technique and needs to improve punch. An OL coaches can build around.

Darnell Ewell
6'4" / 285 lbs
OG RANK
6
INTERESTS
30
134
Analysis Ewell explodes off the ball and shows good power and strength. He has good body control and balance. Ewell is also very flexible and extremely athletic for a prospect his size. He plays with intensity and extremely hard. Ewell needs to continue to improve his technique, as he can play too high at times, but he has all the tools to become a dominant player at the collegiate level.

Florida State is in on a number of the top offensive linemen in the country. Leatherwood and Ashley are both committed to Alabama schools currently, but that hasn't stopped Florida State from recruiting them. Slaton is the top rated guard in the country and comes from a high school that has sent a 5-star prospect to Florida State in each of the last two years. Gray grew up a fan of the Seminoles, and has visited Florida State multiple times over the past few years. Ruiz is the top ranked center in the country.
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 2 years ago '13        #4682
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FSU 2017 Defensive Recruiting Board

A look at who is on Florida State's defensive recruiting board for 2017.

Florida State will be taking a smaller class in 2017 with around 20 spots available. The Seminoles are already a fourth of the way there with five commits in the class, but will likely take a more reserved approach with limited spots available this cycle.

Defensive End

Needs: 2
Commits: None
Targets:

Malik Herring
6'3" / 253 lbs / 5.28s
DE RANK
13
INTERESTS
13
159
Analysis
SOPHOMORE EVALUATION: Herring is one that passes the eye-test right away. He has broad shoulders, natural strength, and he is one who could project as a strongside end or defensive tackle on the next level. Most effective with his size and strength now. Needs to improve on burst off the ball and first step at end. Strong at the point of attack and he can get penetration into the backfield. Better against the run at this time.

Jarez Parks
6'5" / 255 lbs
DE RANK
3
INTERESTS
15
42
Analysis
Parks is a true edge rusher who can get after the quarterback. Could project as a weakside end or stand-up linebacker on the next level. Speed is what he is all about. Can really close on the quarterback and he chases plays down. He is one who plays with high energy. Still can develop his technique and improve his hands and disengagement. Solid against the run. Has some real pop when he makes a tackle. Has played some in coverage, but he is more of a rusher. Not too fluid in coverage, but has length and speed.

Chase Young
6'5" / 225 lbs
DE RANK
4
INTERESTS
23
51
Analysis Young is a force on the edge coming off the blind side. He is cat-quick and changes direction well. He fires off the ball and plays with a low pad level. Young knows how to use his hands to disengage, and he plays with a great motor. He has the speed to chase down plays on the backside. Young is not asked to drop into coverage, but he has the athleticism to do that as well. Once he gets stronger, he will dominate games regularly. -- Brian Dohn

Joshua Kaindoh
6'6" / 228 lbs
DE RANK
6
INTERESTS
18
76
Analysis
Kaindoh is a freakish athlete, with a combination of size, length and burst. He gets up the field in two steps and has the speed to get around the edge. He is also effective dropping into coverage, and he can chase plays down from behind. Kaindoh has the strength to bull rush, but what stands out the most is his quickness, change of direction and pure speed in covering 10 yards with long strides. -- Brian Dohn


Markaviest Bryant
6'4" / 226 lbs
DE RANK
18
INTERESTS
9
214
Analysis
Bryant is a hybrid who could project as a defensive end or outside linebacker in college. Plays some standing up and with his hand down. Has shown he can drop into coverage. Is very athletic. Has length and closes fast. Best when firing off the edge attacking the quarterback. Can play physical. Has some pop when making the tackle. Can improve his technique and play better against the run. Being stronger at the point of attack with better pad level will lead to that. A real talent though. Has a great frame, he can run, and he plays hard.

Florida State signed two very good defensive ends in 2017, but will lose at least one to the NFL next season in Demarcus Walker. Malik Herring is the leading target to replace Walker at strong side defensive end. Park, Young, and Kaindoh are all highly touted defensive ends that the Seminoles have offered. Parks enjoyed his visit to Florida State for one of the Jimbo Fisher camps last season, but Florida has the early edge for the talented rush end.

Defensive Tackle

Needs: 2
Commits:

Ja'len Parks
6'4" / 274 lbs
DT RANK
8
COMMITTED
130
Analysis
Parks is likely a three-technique on the next level, but he could be a heck of an offensive guard too. He is so athletic for a big guy and he can get up the field as a defender and pull as an offensive lineman. On defense, he gets in the backfield, he closes down the line of scrimmage, and he chases the ball well. His biggest a.sset is his athleticism. He can run. Still a very raw prospect and he needs to work his hands and learn moves.

Targets:

Cory Durden
6'5" / 260 lbs
DT RANK
13
INTERESTS
12
191

Aubrey Solomon
6'3" / 304 lbs / 5.47s
DT RANK
9
INTERESTS
10
148

Tyrone Truesdell
6'2.5" / 306 lbs / 5.07s
DT RANK
11
INTERESTS
8
168
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M.J. Webb
6'4" / 258 lbs / 5.01s
DT RANK
19
INTERESTS
12
269
Florida State already has a defensive tackle committed in Parks, and the leading candidate to join him at Florida State is his cousin and teammate Cory Durden. Durden almost pulled the trigger for the Seminoles last season, but decided to wait. Florida State is clearly the leader for him.

Linebacker

Needs: 2-3
Commits:

VanDarius Cowan
6'4" / 215 lbs
OLB RANK
2
COMMITTED
74
Analysis
When you watch Cowan play, you see violence. He is looking to punish the ball carrier or the quarterback he is in pursuit of. Has played a mix of end and linebacker in recent years, but his home being inside backer in 2015. On the next level, depending on scheme, he could play inside in a 3-4 front, be a hybrid on the outside in that scheme, or be a terror at rush end in a 4-3. He is strong, he plays fast, and he is physical. Nice frame, too.

Bradley Jennings Jr.
6'3" / 215 lbs
OLB RANK
NR
COMMITTED

Targets:

Markail Benton
6'2" / 230 lbs
ILB RANK
4
INTERESTS
12
89
Analysis
Benton plays outside linebacker and is used as a blitzer and in coverage a lot in high school. His future is inside. He can get downhill well and he is an athletic linebacker. He already has the size of a college linebacker. He is filled out and has a great frame for college coaches work with. One area he can improve on is playing more physical. Can attack a little more. He gets to the ball well, but he can be a better finisher. He has shown the ability to run and he can overpursue at times, so playing under better control is something he can work on as well. Overall, a prototypical linebacker with size and speed.

DeCalon Brooks
5'10" / 195 lbs
ILB RANK
NR
INTERESTS
4

Dylan Moses
6'1.5" / 220 lbs / 4.45s
ATH RANK
1
INTERESTS
24
2
Analysis
Where do you want Moses to play? Do you want him to score touchdowns as a running back? Do you want him to play with speed sideline to sideline at linebacker? Do you want him to rush the passer? Not many are like this young man. He does so many things at an extremely high level and he could be a Sunday-guy on either side of the ball. He has the rare combination of size, speed, strength, athleticism, and toughness. A quick-twitch athlete.

Nate McBride
6'2" / 220 lbs / 4.53s
ILB RANK
2
INTERESTS
14
58
Analysis
Sophomore Evaluation: A young man that has it. Very smart on the field for his age and a very instinctive player. Recognizes things quickly and gets to the ball in a hurry. Plays both sides of the ball, but he is defense on the next level. Could be a linebacker that trains at multiple positions. Good size with speed and a strong tackler.


Florida State already has two linebackers committed for the cycle, and will likely only take one more at most. Cowan is an elite linebacker with great size and athleticism. Jennings Jr. is a legacy that has good size and instincts. Moses can play multiple positions, but would be an elite linebacker at the next level. Benton has visited Florida State quite a few times including back to back games last season. Brooks is a Florida State legacy that is undersized, but a good football player. He could play safety at the next level.

Defensive Back

Needs: 4
Commits: None
Targets:

Stanford Samuels III
6'2" / 170 lbs
CB RANK
3
INTERESTS
36
20
Analysis
Samuels III is how you draw up big-time corners in todays game. Size can be looked at as a strength or area for improvement because his length is off the charts, but yet he is thin, so he needs to add mass/strength. He gets his hands on a lot of passes and his recovery speed is a real strength. Not afraid to come up and make a play against the run. Very instinctive player, can bait the quarterback, and then make a play on the ball.

Maleik Gray
6'2" / 205 lbs / 4.58s
S RANK
4
INTERESTS
17
49
Analysis
Gray spends a lot of time inside the box on the high school level, but he will likely start out in the secondary at safety in college. He could become a hybrid due to his size, his ability to play the run, and how effective he can be used in blitz packages. He really can run and close on the football. Plays with his instincts and he stays around the ball. Very athletic and shines at running back some as well. Home is on defense.

Shaun Wade
6'2" / 175 lbs
CB RANK
5
COMMITTED
33
Analysis
Wade has the great size and length for a corner. He is a true corner. Not real flashy, but he really plays the position at a high level. Really covers a lot of ground with his length, and despite not having elite quickness, his length makes up for that. Has a big radius and covers a lot of ground. Has shown he can play on and off coverage. Anticipates well and you can tell he has been coached up. Needs to improve his foot quickness, add weight, and become better in run support.

Jamyest Williams
5'9" / 170 lbs / 4.52s
ATH RANK
7
INTERESTS
37
63
Analysis
There is not much Williams cannot do at a high level. What an athlete he is. Plays with toughness and a real attitude. Has a chip on his shoulder between the lines. Can be viewed as an athlete because of his versatility. Can be a corner, but nickel may be his best spot. He strong as a running back too. Can be compared to Tyrann Mathieu. Great ball skills. Really good instincts. His height and length is not ideal, but do not doubt this one.


Deon Jones
6'2" / 180 lbs
CB RANK
6
INTERESTS
22
44
Analysis
Jones gets low and is smooth in his back pedal, and he drives well on the ball in front of him. He is loose and fluid with his hips, and his footwork is clean. He can play off in coverage or press at the line of scrimmage. He uses his length well and he can match up with bigger receivers. When it comes to coverage down the field, Jones has the speed to keep up with a receiver. He is also tight into and out of his breaks, and he is instinctual. -- Brian Dohn

Daniel Wright
6'2" / 175 lbs
S RANK
10
INTERESTS
18
142
Analysis
Wright is a safety who plays the ball and the defender. In run support, Wright flies up to the box and sticks the opponent. When the ball is in the air, he has shown the ability to make the play on it or to strike the opponent. He has good length, but needs to fill out his frame and add weight. His ball skills are good and he shows explosion when going up to high-point the ball. Does not shy away from contact. Plays aggressive, but under control. Very good playing speed. Can improve his coverage skills.

Cyrus f*gan
6'2" / 182 lbs
S RANK
7
INTERESTS
27
90
Analysis
A defensive back with a great frame, good length, and versatility. Can play inside the box due to his ability to play big and support the run. Also has shown he can work in coverage. But, he is best when playing the third level, making his reads, and then playing the ball. Has excellent range in the secondary. Plays a physical brand of football. With his aggression, he is not just a hitter, but a solid tackler. Can jump plays at times, but plays under control most of the time. A big athlete who will add weight on the next level.

Tray Bishop
6'3" / 185 lbs
ATH RANK
12
INTERESTS
6
123
Analysis
Bishop is an athlete. He plays quarterback, but will move to wide receiver or safety on the next level. Not a lot of wiggle there, and a little tightness, but straightline speed is elite. Has a real burst when he hits daylight or turns up the field. Could be a big safety who comes downhill. As a receiver, he would be an outside guy with the ability to get vertical. He good length. Will now just have to settle in and learn a position on the next level.


Florida State has a number of top targets at defensive back. Perhaps the most important target on the board overall is cornerback Stanford Samuels III, a Florida State legacy. He is a great combination of size, speed, athleticism, and instincts. Maleik Gray was the top safety I saw at camp last year, and with his size and mentality he's clearly a top target. Wade is committed to Ohio State currently, but is best friends with wide receiver commit DJ Matthews. Williams is an elite athlete that makes up for his size with great instincts and the alpha dog mentality. Jones, Wright, and f*gan all camped at Florida State last year, and performed very well. Bishop camped at Florida State as a quarterback, but projects as a safety at the next level.
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 2 years ago '13        #4683
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 Preacher Mane said:
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Taylor Offers Versatile Skill Set

Levonta Taylor offers Florida State plenty of options. He can play corner, star or safety. And he can return.

“Incredible young man,” FSU defensive coordinator Charles Kelly said. “One of the best competitors I’ve ever seen. A lot of people compare him, and it’s a huge compliment, he’s in the mold of Greg Reid and Lamarcus Joyner. He can play any position in the secondary. He returns punts. He can do anything.”

Taylor had 51 tackles and four interceptions as a senior in 2015. He will arrive in June and will f!ght for playing time, likely at corner or star. And he could also be a factor as a return man. Kelly said on National Signing Day that he talked with Taylor on Tuesday night and that the five-star prospect wasn’t talking about his signing ceremony but instead was discussing FSU’s opening opponent, Ole Miss.

The Virginia Beach native may be a few inches shy of the NFL prototype height. But at 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, Taylor has all of the traits that coaches look for in a corner.

“His skill set is very unique,” FSU coach Jimbo Fisher said. “He’s not a big guy, but you wouldn’t know it. He plays with a tremendous amount of instinct and wisdom. And a toughness and tenacity when you watch him play. And then he’s a great return guy. Great ball-skill guy. Great confidence, which I think is very important when you play out on the edge like that.”

The way Taylor plays the game, and how he carries himself, was also a crucial aspect in FSU’s 2016 recruiting class. Taylor was actively recruiting players to FSU and Fisher joked that Taylor could have a job when he’s done playing football.

“He had a lot to do with a lot of the guys that decided to come to Florida State just because of the type of person he is,” Kelly said. “He’s got one of those personalities that people want to be around.”

Kelly also gave his impression of two cornerback signees, Carlos Becker and Kyle Meyers. He first saw Becker two years ago and was impressed. Becker had five interceptions and helped his team to the state title game in 2015.

“Amazing kid,” Kelly said. “Very tough. Very long. He’s legitimate 6-2, he’s 185 pounds. He has an 82-inch wingspan. I know you see Marquez (White) and Jalen (Ramsey) take those guys and put them on the bench sometimes, in fact a little too much at times, but this guy will do that. He’s very physical, very smart. He is proud to be a Seminole and we are proud to have him. I saw him for the first time in the state championship game two years ago. Loved him then. He’s got a chance to come in here and help us big time.”

The 6-foot, 167-pound Meyers had four interceptions as a senior. Kelly said Meyers was one of the standout corners from Fisher’s summer camps.

“You talk about the definition of competitor?” Kelly said. “This kid came in camp, didn’t have a scholarship offer, outperformed every one of them. And never flinched. … Once he committed to Florida State, he was committed. He is a solid kid. Very bright. I really like his length, he’s very instinctive. He’s just a great young man to be around. When you go meet his family you understand why he’s the kind of person he is.”
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I know im late but man Brewster really pulled Dontavious Jackson from my area. Loved how this class closed.
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Love the class! No complaints from me. I think we got some underrated studs in Emmett Rice and Kyle Myers.. I think Gavin gonna be a top 10 pick after he leave. Henry, Taylor, Robinson, Brown, d!ckerson we got some k!llers on deck
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Dawgs Extend Offer To Five Star NFL Legacy

The University of Georgia signed Chad Clay, son of a former NFL standout defensive back Willie Clay, in last year's recruiting class. With the Bulldogs' newest offer, they are hoping to land the son of a five-time Pro Bowl selection.

Taron Vincent (Baltimore/IMG Academy), a 2018 defensive tackle, is the son of former NFL cornerback and Eagles Hall of Fame inductee Troy Vincent, currently the NFL executive vice president of football operations. The 6-foot-3, 285-pound sophomore picked up recent offers from Florida State, Georgia, Iowa State, and Mississippi State.

Bulldogs defensive coordinator Mel Tucker extended the offer to Vincent, who recently transferred to IMG Academy. Tucker played with Vincent's father at Wisconsin in 1990 and 1991. Considered the No. 1 defensive tackle in the country for the 2018 cycle by 247Sports, Taron Vincent is the fourth defensive tackle in his class to receive an offer from Georgia, joining the No. 2, No. 4, and No. 6 prospects at the position.
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2017's No.1 DT Has FSU Visit Plans

According to Clint Brewster of 247Sports.com, Bellaire (Texas) Episcopal five-star defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, the top player at his position in the 2017 class, will take a visit to Florida State during the weekend of Feb. 26th.

It will mark Wilson's first visit to FSU.

Earlier this month while in San Antonio, Texas at the U.S. Army All-America Game festivities, Wilson spoke briefly on the Seminoles.

“Coach (Odell) Haggins, he’s been there for a while. He knows the game and he's put guys in the league,” Wilson said.

The 6-foot-4, 316-pound defensive tackle is ranked No. 5 overall in the 2017 class by the 247Sports.com Composite.
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2017's No.1 DT Has FSU Visit Plans

According to Clint Brewster of 247Sports.com, Bellaire (Texas) Episcopal five-star defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, the top player at his position in the 2017 class, will take a visit to Florida State during the weekend of Feb. 26th.

It will mark Wilson's first visit to FSU.

Earlier this month while in San Antonio, Texas at the U.S. Army All-America Game festivities, Wilson spoke briefly on the Seminoles.

“Coach (Odell) Haggins, he’s been there for a while. He knows the game and he's put guys in the league,” Wilson said.

The 6-foot-4, 316-pound defensive tackle is ranked No. 5 overall in the 2017 class by the 247Sports.com Composite.
Brew on him ain't no telling what might happen
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Brew on him ain't no telling what might happen
Brew and Odell have been working on him for awhile. Hopefully this trip will put us at the top for his or gets him to commit to us. I know he's been talking FSU since summer and probably before that.
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Early Look: FSU Pre Spring Offensive Depth Chart

Noles247 takes an early look at a pre-spring depth chart for the Florida State offense. All of the starters return for FSU with the exception of Everett Golson, and coaches will use the spring in part to mix and match on the offensive line:

Quarterback
2015 starters: Everett Golson (eligibility expired), Sean Maguire
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Deondre Francois
Backups: JJ Cosentino, Malik Henry
Analysis: Maguire had surgery on his ankle and will miss the spring. But Maguire is entering year 5 in the offense and doesn’t need the reps nearly as much as FSU’s underclassmen. Francois has a strong arm and a quick release. Expect to see Francois run the first team in what will be an early audition for the quarterback battle, which undoubtedly will not be decided until August. Cosentino and Henry will split the second-team reps.

Tailback
2015 starters: Dalvin Cook, Jacques Patrick (1 game)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Cook
Backups: Patrick, Mario Pender, Johnathan Vickers
Analysis: FSU has had injury concerns the last few springs at tailback. So the big key will be to get through the spring healthy while giving backups like Patrick and Vickers more experience. It will also be critical to see if Pender can return to the mix after missing he majority of 2015 due to lung surgery.


Fullback
2015 starter: Freddie Stevenson
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Stevenson
Backups: Vickers, Colton Plante
Analysis: There’s little drama here. Stevenson has made steady progress and improvement since he arrived on campus as a linebacker. Vickers has been frequently praised for his versatility.

Receivers
2015 starters: Travis Rudolph, Kermit Whitfield, Jesus Wilson
Projected pre-spring No. 1s: Rudolph, Whitfield, Wilson
Backups: Auden Tate[/b], George Campbell, Ja’Vonn Harrison, Da’Vante Phillips, Ermon Lane and Nyqwan Murray
Analysis: Whitfield emerged last fall as FSU’s most consistent receiver. But FSU goes into the spring looking to find consistent targets throughout the group. Rudolph has had breakout games but also pedestrian performances. Wilson had three catches in all but one game but needs to be a bigger part of the offense. And who will be the next underclassman to emerge?

Tight ends
2015 starters: Ryan Izzo, Mavin Saunders (1 game)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Izzo
Backups: Saunders, Jeremy Kerr, Jalen Wilkerson
Analysis: Izzo made a step forward in 2015 and has become a capable blocker. Saunders needs to become more of a threat in the passing game, and it’s possible coaches will flex him out at receiver. Outside of Kerr’s touchdown in the Florida game, he has played little. The group has depth and has filled the role well, which means Wilkerson could make the move back to defense after shoulder surgery sidelined him last fall.

Left tackle
2015 starter: Roderick Johnson
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Johnson
Backups: Ethan Frith, Abdul Bello
Analysis: Johnson is the leader of the group and has 18 starts under his belt. He won the ACC’s Jacobs Blocking Trophy in 2015. While Johnson often graded out well, he had games where he struggled against elite pass rushers. He must continue to refine his technique and has the potential to be a first-round pick.


Left guard
2015 starters: Kareem Are (eight starts), Chad Mavety (five starts)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Are
Backup: Mavety
Analysis: Are performed better than Mavety but coaches will want to evaluate younger linemen this spring. One option is early enrollee Andrew Boselli, the son of former Jaguars lineman Tony Boselli.

Center
2015 starters: Corey Martinez (three games), Ryan Hoefeld (four games), Alec Eberle (six games)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Eberle
Backups: Hoefeld, Martinez
Analysis: Injury and inconsistent play at center hurt the dynamics of the line in 2015. Eberle performed the best of the trio who started, but coaches will also look at other options at center this spring. Hoefeld has battled a variety of injuries and he could be forced to take a medical hardship. One could be Cole Minshew, who missed most of 2015 due to injury.

Right guard
2015 starter: Wilson Bell
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Bell
Backup: David Robbins
Analysis: Bell and Johnson were the only two FSU linemen to start every game. He was arguably the unit’s second most consistent lineman. Bell should be pushed by a few underclassmen, with one option being Robbins.

Right tackle
2015 starters: Brock Ruble (six games), Derrick Kelly (four games), Chad Mavety (three games)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Ruble
Backups: Mavety, Kelly
Analysis: Kelly would likely be the No. 1 right tackle if healthy. But he missed the last few games of the season due to a knee injury that required surgery, and his status for the spring is not yet known. Ruble or Mavety could take on first-team reps if Kelly is sidelined for a portion or all of the spring.
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NFL Scouts Expect Jalen Ramsey To Steal Show At NFL Combine

Former Florida State cornerback Jalen Ramsey is an exceptional athlete and that's one of many reason he's expected to hear his name called early in the upcoming 2016 NFL Draft.

In addition to the immense skills on the football field that helped him twice garner All-American honors, Ramsey also starred for the Seminoles' track and field team, winning both the ACC indoor and outdoor titles in the long jump in 2015.

Ramsey's athleticism will be on display later this month at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine, which will be held at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis from Feb. 23-29.

Though NFL scouts may argue over Ramsey's potential at the professional level, they're in agreement in expecting him to steal the show at the Combine.

"Some scouts on the road think he's overrated and some think he's the next Richard Sherman," an NFC director of football operations told NFL.com. "We all agree that he's going to win the combine and that (Mike) Mayock won't stop talking about him."

CBSSports.com NFL Draft analyst Dane Brugler has the 6-foot-1, 202-pound Ramsey projected as the No. 5 overall pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars in his latest mock draft.
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2017 QB Plans To Return To FSU For Another Visit

Florida State has offered just one quarterback in the 2017 class to this point in time. That quarterback is Bailey Hockman of Powder Springs (Ga.) McEachern.

Visits coming up:
Auburn: February 16th... North Carolina: February 17th... FSU: February 25th... Tennessee: March 5th

Hockman camped with FSU in the summer of 2014 and picked up an offer then.

He is currently uncommitted. He was previously committed to Georgia.

He is ranked by the 247Sports.com Composite as the No. 124 prospect and No. 7 pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class.
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Former Georgia QB Commit To Visit Vols

Top-100 junior quarterback Bailey Hockman of McEachern High School in Powder Springs, Ga., a former Georgia commitment, posted on his Twitter account Tuesday that he's planning to attend Tennessee's junior day on March 5.

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound Hockman, who reopened his recruitment in December after being committed to the Bulldogs for more than six months, tweeted that he's scheduled to visit Auburn on Feb. 16, North Carolina on Feb. 17 and Florida State on Feb. 25 before visiting the Vols next month.

Hockman, who received one of his first scholarship offers from Tennessee more than a year ago, is ranked by 247Sports as the nation's No. 68 overall prospect and No. 4 pro-style quarterback in the 2017 class. He's also ranked the nation's No. 124 overall prospect and No. 7 pro-style quarterback in the 247Sports Composite.

The 247Sports Crystal Ball still points to Georgia as the favorite to land Hockman, with the home-state Bulldogs getting 82 percent of the current predictions and 9 percent each going to Florida State and North Carolina.

Visits coming up:
Auburn: February 16th... North Carolina: February 17th... FSU: February 25th... Tennessee: March 5th
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Early Look: FSU Pre Spring Offensive Depth Chart

Noles247 takes an early look at a pre-spring depth chart for the Florida State offense. All of the starters return for FSU with the exception of Everett Golson, and coaches will use the spring in part to mix and match on the offensive line:

Quarterback
2015 starters: Everett Golson (eligibility expired), Sean Maguire
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Deondre Francois
Backups: JJ Cosentino, Malik Henry
Analysis: Maguire had surgery on his ankle and will miss the spring. But Maguire is entering year 5 in the offense and doesnít need the reps nearly as much as FSUís underclassmen. Francois has a strong arm and a quick release. Expect to see Francois run the first team in what will be an early audition for the quarterback battle, which undoubtedly will not be decided until August. Cosentino and Henry will split the second-team reps.

Tailback
2015 starters: Dalvin Cook, Jacques Patrick (1 game)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Cook
Backups: Patrick, Mario Pender, Johnathan Vickers
Analysis: FSU has had injury concerns the last few springs at tailback. So the big key will be to get through the spring healthy while giving backups like Patrick and Vickers more experience. It will also be critical to see if Pender can return to the mix after missing he majority of 2015 due to lung surgery.


Fullback
2015 starter: Freddie Stevenson
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Stevenson
Backups: Vickers, Colton Plante
Analysis: Thereís little drama here. Stevenson has made steady progress and improvement since he arrived on campus as a linebacker. Vickers has been frequently praised for his versatility.

Receivers
2015 starters: Travis Rudolph, Kermit Whitfield, Jesus Wilson
Projected pre-spring No. 1s: Rudolph, Whitfield, Wilson
Backups: Auden Tate[/b], George Campbell, JaíVonn Harrison, DaíVante Phillips, Ermon Lane and Nyqwan Murray
Analysis: Whitfield emerged last fall as FSUís most consistent receiver. But FSU goes into the spring looking to find consistent targets throughout the group. Rudolph has had breakout games but also pedestrian performances. Wilson had three catches in all but one game but needs to be a bigger part of the offense. And who will be the next underclassman to emerge?

Tight ends
2015 starters: Ryan Izzo, Mavin Saunders (1 game)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Izzo
Backups: Saunders, Jeremy Kerr, Jalen Wilkerson
Analysis: Izzo made a step forward in 2015 and has become a capable blocker. Saunders needs to become more of a threat in the passing game, and itís possible coaches will flex him out at receiver. Outside of Kerrís touchdown in the Florida game, he has played little. The group has depth and has filled the role well, which means Wilkerson could make the move back to defense after shoulder surgery sidelined him last fall.

Left tackle
2015 starter: Roderick Johnson
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Johnson
Backups: Ethan Frith, Abdul Bello
Analysis: Johnson is the leader of the group and has 18 starts under his belt. He won the ACCís Jacobs Blocking Trophy in 2015. While Johnson often graded out well, he had games where he struggled against elite pass rushers. He must continue to refine his technique and has the potential to be a first-round pick.


Left guard
2015 starters: Kareem Are (eight starts), Chad Mavety (five starts)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Are
Backup: Mavety
Analysis: Are performed better than Mavety but coaches will want to evaluate younger linemen this spring. One option is early enrollee Andrew Boselli, the son of former Jaguars lineman Tony Boselli.

Center
2015 starters: Corey Martinez (three games), Ryan Hoefeld (four games), Alec Eberle (six games)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Eberle
Backups: Hoefeld, Martinez
Analysis: Injury and inconsistent play at center hurt the dynamics of the line in 2015. Eberle performed the best of the trio who started, but coaches will also look at other options at center this spring. Hoefeld has battled a variety of injuries and he could be forced to take a medical hardship. One could be Cole Minshew, who missed most of 2015 due to injury.

Right guard
2015 starter: Wilson Bell
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Bell
Backup: David Robbins
Analysis: Bell and Johnson were the only two FSU linemen to start every game. He was arguably the unitís second most consistent lineman. Bell should be pushed by a few underclassmen, with one option being Robbins.

Right tackle
2015 starters: Brock Ruble (six games), Derrick Kelly (four games), Chad Mavety (three games)
Projected pre-spring No. 1: Ruble
Backups: Mavety, Kelly
Analysis: Kelly would likely be the No. 1 right tackle if healthy. But he missed the last few games of the season due to a knee injury that required surgery, and his status for the spring is not yet known. Ruble or Mavety could take on first-team reps if Kelly is sidelined for a portion or all of the spring.
Hope Kelly get healthy because Ruble is terrible out there
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5 Way Too Early Crystal Ball Predictions

The ink on Signing Day 2016 is barely dry and we're already looking ahead to 2017.

Florida State is hoping to build off another top 3 recruiting class and is in good shape with several 2017 targets. Today we take a look at five prospects we feel will end up in FSU's class by this time next year.

5 Early Crystal Ball Predictions:


Stanford Samuels, CB, Hollywood (Fla.) Flanagan

The four-star cornerback is a legacy recruit. Samuels father, Stanford Samuels Jr., was a member of the Florida State program from 1998-2002. The younger Samuels is already making a name for himself, he’s the No.4 ranked corner in the country and the 34th best player overall. Georgia, Michigan and South Carolina are the Seminoles biggest competition at this point. Samuels has not set a timetable for his decision, but he has mentioned taking all of his visits before making an announcement.

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Decalon Brooks, LB, Tampa (Fla.) Gaither

Another Legacy prospect in the 2017 class, Brooks is the son of Seminole legend and NFL Hall Of Fame linebacker Derrick Brooks. DeCalon was offered by FSU during the month of January, he’s a bit undersized, but so was his father… and that didn’t hold him back at all. Brooks is a three-star prospect as he heads in to the offseason and currently has about a half dozen offers, Louisville and USF would be FSU’s biggest competition.

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Cory Durden, DT, Newberry (Fla.)

The big 6-foot-4, 283-pound defensive lineman is athletic enough to play defensive tackle or strong-side end in Florida State’s scheme. He’s a four-star prospect, the No.20 defensive tackle and the 299th best player in the country. Durden’s teammate, Ja’len Parks is already committed to FSU, and has been since last July, most feel that it’s only a matter of time before Durden joins him on the ‘Noles commit list.

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Cyrus f*gan, S, Daytona Beach (Fla.) Mainland

Fagan, who is 6-foot and 170-pounds, is a four-star prospect, the No.5 ranked safety and the 91st best player overall. He’s been listing the Seminoles as his leader since the summer and was rumored to be close to committing. That didn’t happen, but f*gan is scheduled to be back on FSU’s campus later this month for Junior Day and when he is, he’ll definitely be on ‘commit watch’. Clemson is the Seminoles biggest competition for the in-state safety.

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Khalan Laborn, RB, Virginia Beach (Va.) Ocean Lakes

Four-star all-purpose back Khalan Laborn has elite speed, explosion and does a good job of catching the ball out of the backfield. Laborn is scheduled to visit Florida State later this month for Junior Day, which will be his second visit, Laborn also camped at FSU last summer. His regional recruiter is Odell Haggins, but you can bet that Laborn’s former high school teammate and future Seminole Levonta Taylor will be in his ear about joining him at Florida State.
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Country's No.4 DE Talking To Meyer, Johnson Every Week

The Buckeyes struck gold when it came to 2016 defensive end recruiting landing two 5-stars, Nick Bosa and Jonathon Cooper. But that doesn’t mean they aren’t pursuing the country’s top 2017 defensive ends and one of those they are recruiting is Chase Young from Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha.

And while some feel Young is close to a done deal for Maryland, he intends to take a good look at Ohio State.

“Of course,” Young told Bucknuts.com when asked if he is interested in and will take a good look at Ohio State. “I’m going to get up there for a visit – probably this spring for a practice.”

There is no doubt the Buckeyes are seriously recruiting Young.

“I talk to (Ohio State defensive line) coach Larry Johnson and Urban Meyer both, I talk to them at least once a week. I talked to coach Johnson last week. He said I would play defensive end and drop (into coverage) sometimes.”

Young also said he is not worried about the Buckeyes bringing in two 5-star defensive ends in the class ahead of his.

“Not at all,” Young said. “I have faith in my game.”

Young has made only a few visits so he has no plans to select a college anytime soon.

“I’ve only been to Maryland, Virginia Tech and Georgia,” he said.
Young has well over two dozen scholarship offers including Ohio State, Maryland, Alabama, Florida State, Michigan State, Michigan, Penn State, Georgia, Virginia Tech and Iowa.

The 6-foot-5 and 220-pound Young had 19 sacks as DeMatha finished 12-1 last season.

Young is 4-star prospect in the 247 Composite. He is the country’s No. 69 overall 2017 prospect, the No. 4 weak-side defensive end, and the No. 2 prospect in Maryland.
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Solomon Has Family Tie To Florida State

Leesburg (Ga.) Lee County four-star junior defensive tackle Aubrey Solomon currently has Florida in the lead for his services, but Florida State along with Auburn, Georgia and Ohio State are also in the thick of it early on.

The Seminoles have one advantage over all others though.

"My sister goes there for one, so I got family there. That is a big connection right there," Solomon said. "I liked them since I first came here and played rec ball for a team called the Seminoles. I started getting a feel for them and then when I watched them play, I liked what they do on defense. I feel like I could fit in that scheme."

The 6-foot-3, 305-pound defensive tackle, who is coming off a knee injury, has been drawing interest from area recruiter Charles Kelly as well as defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins.

Georgia is currently the favorite over Florida and Ole Miss on the 247Sports.com Crystal Ball.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Solomon as the No. 109 prospect in the nation and No. 6 defensive tackle.
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Rambo Is Hoping Florida State Offers

Cedar Hill (TX) four-star wide receiver Charleston Rambo has seen interest in him skyrocket over the past few weeks. Rambo has received early offers from Oklahoma, Miami, Notre Dame, Texas Tech and Arizona State, just to name a few.

“I have about 20 offers now. I’ve been taking it all in, I haven’t really had time to sit down and make a list of colleges yet,” Rambo told EJ Holland of 247Sports.

The 6-foot-2, 165-pound wideout is still looking for an offer from a school he grew up rooting for.

“I’m trying to get out to Florida State’s junior day. They haven’t offered but I’ve been talking to the coach a lot over there and they are going to offer when I go to their camp,” he said.

What would an offer from the Seminoles mean to Rambo?



“Florida State is my dream school. I’m going to take a trip there and see what they’re doing. They told me they’re impressed with my skills and fluidness of my routes. They said I’d be a good fit for their school.”



The instate Texas Longhors have not offered yet and Rambo isn’t sure if that will happen.
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Top 2019 Target Plans To Visit FSU This Month

One of the nation's top 2019 prospects has plans to visit Florida State in February.

Miami (Fla.) Central freshman running back, James Cook, the younger brother of FSU running back Dalvin Cook, tells Noles247.com he will visit FSU for a Junior Day this month. FSU is holding Junior Days on both February 20th and 27th.

The 5-foot-10, 180-pound Cook already claims an offer from the Seminoles along with Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Ohio State, Tennessee, UCF and West Virginia.

Cook had a strong freshman campaign capped off with a 178 yard, three touchdown performance in his team's state championship victory.

The 247Sports.com Crystal Ball reads 100% for FSU early on.
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