FSU football: Impact of Branden Jennings commitment to Noles

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FSU football is looking to establish momentum with its 2021 recruiting class. Four-star legacy recruit Branden Jennings does just that.

FSU football and Mike Norvell are working to make up ground on its 2021 recruiting class. The staff was behind other top tier programs due to salvaging the 2020 recruiting class after Willie Taggart was fired.

They made some progress by getting a huge commitment from three-star quarterback Luke Altmyer a few days ago.

FSU coaches have followed that up with a huge commitment from four-star linebacker Branden Jennings Friday.

He’s the son of former FSU linebacker Bradley Jennings who played linebacker for the Noles in the late ’90s and was on the 1999 national championship team.

Jennings has over 36 offers from the likes of Miami, Auburn, Clemson, LSU, Oklahoma, Penn State, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Tennessee, South Carolina, Texas A&M and tons of other major programs.

Jennings is considered the No. 39 player nationally and No. 4 outside linebacker while checking in as the No. 6 player in the state of Florida.

What’s the impact of his commitment to the Noles? Let’s talk about it.

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