FSU football: Noles offer 2021 three-star DE Kyran Montgomery

FSU football coaches are still hard at work evaluating players for its 2021 recruiting class. Their latest offer is from Indiana.

FSU football coaches continue to search under every rock to find a hidden gem to fill its needs int he 2021 recruiting class.

The Noles still have a need at the defensive end position with the lone commit being strong-side defensive end Joshua Farmer.

FSU coaches extended an offer to a three-star weak-side defensive end in Kyran Montgomery.

He announced the offer via his Twitter account:

Thoughts

He checks in at 6’4″ and 215 pounds and is considered the No. 443 ranked player nationally, No. 30 WDE, and No. 6 player in Indiana according to 247 Sports.

Montgomery holds 23 offers from the likes of FSU, Penn State, Missouri, Boston College, Minnesota, Missouri, Purdue, Kansas, Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Maryland, Washington State, West Virginia, and others.

There are no 247 Crystal Ball Predictions for him at this time, but Montgomery has been on several visits to the likes of Michigan State, Ohio State, Louisville, Indiana, Missouri, Purdue, and Iowa. He’s visited Indiana twice, which is the home team in the state he lives in.

FSU has to ground to make upcoming in with the late offer, but they have playing time to sell and a history of putting defensive ends in the NFL. The losses of seniors Janarius Robinson and Joshua Kaindoh will open things up after the 2020 season.

I’m not sure about the high school competition level in Indiana, but Montgomery put up some crazy numbers in his junior season. He had 99 tackles with 22 tackles for loss, five sacks, one pass break up, and one forced fumble.

He’ll likely need to hit the strength and conditioning program hard to add some weight once he gets to college.

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However, he has a good frame to work with and must have a decent amount of athleticism. We’ll have to wait and see if the coaching staff can get him on campus for a visit.

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