Meet the 2015 FSU Commits

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Offensive Line

Ethan Frith
OT, 6-7, 336
Summit, Miss./North Pike

Consensus three-star recruit by Rivals, 247Sports, ESPN and Scout from the 2014 Class who deferred his enrollment a semester to recover from shoulder surgery…committed early after the Jimbo Fisher Camp in the summer of 2013…ranked the nation’s No. 57 offensive tackle prospect and No. 16 player in Mississippi by 247Sports in the 2014 Class…ranked the No. 48 offensive tackle and No. 22 player in Mississippi by ESPN…No. 88 offensive tackle by Scout…captain at North Pike and led team to the playoffs in 2013…played on South team in Mississippi’s Bernard Blackwell All-Star Football Classic…selected to the Clarion-Ledger All-State Second Team…nabbed Region7-4A All-Region Team honors…ranked No. 15 player in Mississippi in Preseason Mississippi Top 50 for 2014…chose FSU over Mississippi State and Louisiana-Lafayette.

Abdul Bello
OL, 6-6, 300
Uyo, Nigeria/Montverde Academy

Former boxer who emigrated from Uyo, Nigeria in order to play big-time college football and developed into one of the nation’s most sought-after offensive line recruits…consensus four-star prospect who is ranked the nation’s fourth-best offensive tackle recruit by ESPN and Scout and No. 5 by 247Sports…rated the 15th-best player in Florida and the No. 55 overall recruit in the nation by ESPN…tabbed the No. 12 player in Florida and No. 76 overall by 247Sports…rated the No. 58 overall player in the country by Scout…tabbed the nation’s No. 29 tackle prospect by Rivals…competed in the Under Armour All-American Game, helping lead Team Highlight to a victory…considered a raw prospect with the size and athleticism to develop into a star offensive tackle…was discovered at a beginner’s football camp in Nigeria in June 2013 by former Maryland linebacker Ricardo Dickerson and moved to Montverde Academy for his junior year of high school…played just six games as a junior in 2013 – his first year ever playing football, but quickly started receiving scholarship offers…ranked No. 4 in Central Florida Super60 before the 2014 season…captured 2014 Class 3A All-State First Team honors as a senior…learned about football from watching movies, such as Remember the Titans…picked FSU in July 2014 over several offers, including Florida and Alabama.

Cole Minshew
OL, 6-6, 320
Pridgen, Ga./Coffee County

Massive offensive line prospect who projects as a collegiate offensive guard…grabbed a four-star ranking from ESPN and three-star ratings from Rivals, 247Sports and Scout…tabbed the nation’s No. 33 offensive guard prospect and No. 45 player in Georgia by Rivals…rated the nation’s No. 35 guard and No. 43 player in Georgia by ESPN… tabbed the country’s No. 43 offensive guard by Scout and No. 46 by 247Sports…played for the South Team in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Football Classic…grabbed All-State First Team honors from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Associated Press and Georgia Sports Writer’s Association in 2014 in addition to Region 3-AAAAA accolades…led Coffee County High School to a 10-2 record and the second round of the playoffs along with fellow Florida State commit Jalen Wilkerson…paved the way for an offense that averaged over 37 points per game…collected All-Region Second Team honors in 2013…committed to Florida State in February 2014…chose the Seminoles over Georgia and North Carolina among several offers.

David Robbins
OL, 6-4, 315
Glenelg, Md./Glenelg HS

Versatile offensive lineman rated as one of the Top 18 players in Maryland and Top 50 offensive guards nationally…four-star offensive lineman by Scout and PrepStar, earning All-Atlantic Region honors…three-star offensive line by Rivals, ESPN and 247Sports…rated the country’s 37th-best offensive guard by Scout…ranked the No. 18 best player in the state of Maryland by Rivals…rated the No. 39 offensive guard by ESPN and the 13th-best prospect in Maryland by ESPN…rated the No. 30 offensive guard and No. 11 player in Maryland by 247Sports…earned Big School All-State first team and Baltimore Sun All-Metro first team honors for the second straight season as a senior helping Glenelg to its first state semifinals appearance since 2000 and anchoring an offensive line that featured two 1,000-yard rushers…selected All-Metro first team by the Baltimore Sun as a junior helping lead the way for a Glenelg offense that rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and won its first Howard County championship in a decade…projected to play either guard or center in college…chose FSU over Maryland, Kentucky among other offers.