FSU football: How recruiting can build momentum in dead period

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FSU football is between a rock and a hard place recruiting wise. Here’s how they can build momentum during the temporary dead period.

We all miss our FSU football spring practice content and what would have been FSU’s deep run in the NCAA Tournament.

The cancellation of all spring activities poses some interesting issues for sports programs. However, none of them are more important than this time of year for college football recruiting.

This is the prime time of year for FSU football to have recruits on campus, gearing up to come to the spring game next month while hopefully adding some quality players before the season began in September.

Mike Norvell and staff have assembled two huge pieces to the 2021 class in quarterback Luke Altmyer and legacy linebacker Branden Jennings.

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They set at four commitments in a class that will likely take 20 or more signees. The only problem is there’s been a temporary dead period instituted until this pandemic is under control.

Other teams are collecting commits left and right it seems. LSU added a commit Thursday, Clemson, and UNC have added commits since the dead period began.

For the record, it always feels that way when it’s been a while since your team fielded a commitment.

The coaching staff made a post on social media about the players finding a way to work out and stay in shape during these difficult times. The same needs to apply to the coaching staff when it comes to recruiting.

How can they find a way to gain an edge and keep FSU’s name relevant while creating some much-needed momentum on the trails? I thought you’d never ask.

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