FSU Football: Three positions to finish the rest of 2021 recruiting class

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TALLAHASSEE, FL – SEPTEMBER 3: Florida State Seminoles fans pose in front of a NOLES sign before hosting the Virginia Tech Hokies at Doak Campbell Stadium on September 3, 2018 in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

FSU Football had a weekend to remember after they get three transfers in two days.

Thus far, it has been a “New Year, New Me” mentality for FSU Football. In the first two weeks of 2021, four transfers have pledged to go to FSU.

Three of the four did so just this weekend. Keir Thomas, a versatile defensive lineman who can set the edge or shift inside to get pressure up the middle, started the barrage Saturday. Shortly after, on the same day, former Auburn running back D.J. Williams decided he would follow suit.

Williams will keep the running back room deep and will fill a similar role to the one vacated by La’Damien Webb.

Come Sunday, Jammie Robinson, a safety transfer from South Carolina and 2022 blue-chip wide receiver Quincey McAdoo finished the weekend on a highlight. Robinson is a high-quality transfer who is a good tackler and can play a variety of positions. He will likely be immediately thrust into the two-deep rotation and play with either Travis Jay or Brendan Gant, allowing other members of the secondary to move around.

These additions put the transfer count at seven transfers, including the previous three, McClellion, Milton, Parchment, and Johnson. The total number of commits, including high school commitments, is now at 23, with two or three spots remaining.

Who will fill these last three spots? How will the staff continue to recruit? Only time will tell, but these are my best projections.

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