The FSU Seminoles can claim a successful recruiting season after landing two of the nation’s top 10 products.
FSU has already enrolled running back Cam Akers, the nation’s second-ranked prospect, and defensive end Joshua Kaindoh, a defensive end.
The Seminoles had tried to bolster their class on signing day with sixth ranked Marvin Wilson, but there was no word by mid-day. Wilson is being recruited by six school.
FSU did miss out on linebacker Levi Jones, who spurned both FSU and Florida and signed with Southern Cal.
FSU has also replenished positions of need with depth in running backs Khalan Laborn and Zaquandre White, four-star safeties Cyrus Fagan and Hamsah Nasirildeen, and four-star quarterbacks James Blackman and Bailey Hockman. Four-star receiver D.J. Matthews is also considered the nation’s best slot receiver.
According to 247sports.com, it was the nation’s top five recruiting class for coach Jimbo Fisher.