FSU football: 3 things we learned from summer 2022

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Casual FSU football fans would look at the No. 43 national ranking and probably think the sky is falling. However, when it comes to class composition and needs, the coaching staff has done a great job addressing key positions.

They have five commitments in the top 250, with two in the top 100. They have three excellent defensive ends, their best offensive tackle prospect in seven years, an excellent offensive guard, an excellent defensive tackle, two solid wide receivers, a solid safety prospect, and a linebacker.

They had a talented quarterback committed and wanted to take another, but that commitment decided he didn’t want to be a Nole, so the coaching staff is working to secure the other target in Brock Glenn.

That commitment could come anytime between now and the next couple of weeks, which would fill a huge void because the coaching staff can’t afford to miss that position.

They need a running back, linebacker, and need to hit on a dynamic wide receiver, and they have blue-chip targets left on the board at each spot.

Like last year, they have positioned themselves well before the season starts, but they just have to close on these targets by any means necessary.