FSU Football Recruiting: Grading The Entire 2017 Recruiting Class

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Oct 1, 2016; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles head coach Jimbo Fisher before the game against the North Carolina Tarheels at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

FSU football recruiting didn’t have a big close on National Signing Day. However, they still signed one of the top classes in the nation.

FSU football went into National Signing Day exactly where you want to be when it comes to the recruiting game.

Programs want to have a large number of students from the class to enroll early. They want the remaining players to be firm in their pledges.

Finally, they want to be in the mix for top talent on the board that remain uncommitted provided they have enough room in that particular class.

FSU had all of those boxes checked, but was only able to convince two of the five targets to come to Tallahassee. It should be noted that all of the remaining targets were recruits from OUTSIDE of the state of Florida.

Two of them were from Texas and the others were from Louisiana, Alabama and Georgia.

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