FSU football should finish with at least at top 10 recruiting class in 2020 if they are able to win eight games or more.
The 2019 recruiting class was severely impacted by the on the field product which resulted in the lowest ranked class in over a decade.
The class finished No. 19 but did bring in one of the best defensive back classes in the nation. It also addressed linebacker depth and added a few pieces along the offensive line.
They missed on taking a quarterback (badly I might add), and only took one receiver since they addressed that position in the 2018 recruiting cycle.
The good news is FSU football has already gotten two solid linebackers to commit for 2019. They also already have two excellent defensive backs committed along with offensive lineman Zane Herring who’s working hard on the recruiting trails with Sims.
Let’s take a look at the top three recruiting needs moving forward for the 2020 recruiting class.