FSU football aimed for two quarterbacks in their 2023 recruiting class and now have none of their top targets committed, with four-star Brock Glenn committing to Ohio State Saturday afternoon.
Four-star Chris Parson de-committed earlier this month after a volatile final few months. It’s a recruiting miss and bad for the optics, but I don’t think there’s any shame in losing a recruit to Ohio State.
The optics part is what I want to address here. Mike Norvell hasn’t been able to avoid QB recruiting drama.
Luke Altmyer de-committed in 2021, and Nicco Marchiol de-committed in 2022(though replaced by the higher-rated AJ Duffy, who ultimately signed with FSU).
Chris Parson de-committed in the 2023 class, and they missed on Brock Glenn with no realistic shot of signing a blue-chip caliber quarterback in 2023.
However, it’s not the end of the world, and you shouldn’t spend time worrying about any player that likely wasn’t going to see the field until 2025 at the earliest.
I say that whether we’re referring to Chris Parson or Brock Glenn, and you’d likely lose one of them before then if both signed with FSU, with 2024 commit Luke Kromenhoek in the fold.