FSU Football: 2017 National Signing Day Updated Signee Tracker

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Apr 12, 2014; Tallahassee, FL, USA; The Florida State Seminoles logo before the start of the spring game at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports /

Players Signed Between 8-10 AM

Cory Durden – DT / 6’5″, 320 lbs. (Newberry)

A four star lineman from just outside the home of the rival Florida Gators, Durden was ranked as the second best defensive tackle in the state of Florida this year. May see some playing time this year or could be redshirted to learn and eventually replace Derrick Nnadi.

Jalen Parks – DT / 6’4″, 304 lbs. (Newberry)

Parks will join his high school teammate in a group that could eventually be starting for the Seminoles. Parks had two tackles in the U.S. Army All-American game and was rated as the ninth best defensive tackle in the 2017 class.

Hamsah Nasrilideen – DB / 6’4″, 210 lbs. (Concord, NC)

A four star prospect who was rated as the top overall player from the Tar Heel State this year, Nasrilideen was another FSU signee who took part in the U.S. Army All-American Game this year. Played a variety of positions in high school – including tight end and safety – so he may not stay in the secondary right away.

Leonard Warner – LB / 6’4″, 230 lbs. (Snelville, GA – Brookwood)

Warren became the first of the undecided players to sign with the ‘Noles. The Peach State product chose FSU over Stanford and others. He’s rated as the second best inside linebacker in the class and a consensus four star recruit by all major services.

Alex Marshall – TE / 6’7″, 240 lbs. (Andover, MA – Brighton (ME) Academy)

Yet another player the Seminoles were able to get who was the top prospect from their home state. Marshall committed early on in the process and is a big target who will fit nicely into Jimbo Fisher’s offense.