FSU football has met a lot of its needs in the 2020 recruiting cycle, but still need one more quality wide receiver to fully meet its need.
FSU football added another quality wide receiver to its class last week when four-star Ja’Khi Douglas pledged his commitment to FSU.
The Noles now have two four-star wide receivers committed for 2020 and would like to add one or two more quality wide receivers to round out its class since they didn’t sign any wide receivers in 2019.
FSU is in the mix for a couple more wide receivers and reportedly the leader for four-star former Miami commit Bryan Robinson.
The other big target, four-star wide receiver Arian Smith listed the Noles in his top 8 final schools Monday night.
I would like to thank every school that recruited me but I would also like to turn all my interest and attention to these TOP 8 SCHOOLS 🗣‼️@GatorsFB @OU_Football @LSUfootball @FSUFootball @Vol_Football @AuburnFootball @FootballUGA @AlabamaFTBL @GeauxEdits‼️ @LHSDreadnaughts pic.twitter.com/p1NJ9uWd5N
— Arian Smith (@ArianSmith2) July 15, 2019
Arian Smith is the No. 352 ranked player and the No. 34 ranked wide receiver and is considered the No. 29 player in the state of Florida.
Smith holds notable offers from the likes of FSU, Florida, Georgia, Alabama, LSU, Texas A&M, Miami, Michigan, NC State, Duke, North Carolina, Notre Dame and others.
As you can tell it’s a list of heavy hitters, but the Noles were one of the first of these schools to offer him in February 2018.
He’s been to FSU at least three times since, including last year’s Saturday Night Live event. We’ll see if he’ll be in attendance at this year’s event in a couple of weeks.
Smith has excellent speed and runs a 10.3 100 meter and 21.14 200 meter dash. He’s the type of player that could take the top off of a defense vertically in the Kendal Briles offense and would compliment FSU’s other two commitments nicely for what they bring to the table.
The Noles currently lead the 247 Crystal Ball predictions with two votes and Georgia with one.