FSU Football: Tribe19 still working to improve program

FSU football was tasked with changing the culture of the program. The class of 2018 was the genesis, but the 2019 class is working double duty.

FSU football and Willie Taggart took a lot of flack for having the lowest ranked recruiting class by (FSU standards) in forever.

It wasn’t a terrible class by any means, it just lacked a lot of players that could come in and be difference makers as true freshmen.

However, what it does have is players that could develop in a year or two to be fine contributors.

Most importantly? That class has players that love FSU football and want to bring the program back to prominence.

So much so the players who signed and enrolled early, and some that are still in high school are still recruiting for the Noles on social media.


Four-star linebacker Jaleel McRae communicating with FSU targets.

Four-star defensive end Curtis Fann communicating with FSU targets.


McRae and Fann were two of the most vocal players in the class of 2019. It’s great to see these players still engaged and working to bring in top players to help them on their quest to bring FSU back.

I’ve talked about the importance of the 2020 recruiting class for Willie Taggart. The program needs some difference makers in the 2020 class after back-to-back years of not landing a many.

They are already off to a great start with an excellent QB, linebackers and some other nice pieces.

This will likely be a huge class numbers wise, so the staff will have an excellent chance to land a top class.