FSU football has a great deal of recruiting momentum across multiple recruiting classes. They have over 50 players visiting for the spring game next week and already have commitments at several key positions.
The coaching staff has placed added emphasis on the pass rush position, adding two quality high school players and transfer Jermaine Johnson in the 2021 recruiting class.
The 2022 recruiting class has two quality defensive ends committed, but the coaching staff isn’t done at the position.
One of their most-sought after targets, legacy recruit Marvin Jones Jr., announced he’ll be visiting the Noles in November when they host the Miami Hurricanes.
Locked in for November 13! @Seminoles
— Marvin Jones Jr. (@marvinjonesjrr) April 2, 2021
It’s a recruitment that will likely go all the way to the Early Signing Period in December or National Signing Day in February.
Jones Jr. is the No. 63 ranked player overall, No. 5 weak-sided defensive end, and No. 8 player in Florida.
He announced he’ll visit Ohio State on September 11, Oklahoma on September 25, and FSU on November 13th.
Ohio State will be hosting Oregon and Oklahoma will be hosting West Virginia. The good news is the Noles will have one of, if not the last visit as of right now.
The timing of the visit will allow Marvin Jones Jr. to observe the progress of the ‘Noles program over the year.
He’ll be able to see how they look against Notre Dame in the season opener and then when they take on rival Miami.
I expect the Noles to improve as the season progresses, and the atmosphere of the Miami game should be electric if the former happens.
Marvin Jones Jr. is the type of player that can change things with FSU football and would be a monster win for the coaching staff on the recruiting trails.
He’s been all-around the program his entire life. It’s going to come down to relationships, his future goals, and does he believe the program is heading in the right direction.
The coaching staff is recruiting him hard, here’s to hoping he’ll decide to create his legacy at FSU football.