This recruitment might be the longest shot of the realistic targets. Jordan Hall is a national recruit with attention from schools like Georgia, Ohio State, Florida, FSU, and South Carolina. He ranks as the No. 120 player overall, and the No. 16 defensive lineman. The Noles got him on campus in March and June this year and already have two defensive tackle commitments. However, a commitment from Hall to complete the trio of Kelton Sampson and Tavion Gadson would be one of the most impressive defensive tackle hauls since Jimbo Fisher’s final class in 2017. FSU will have to win games, and top defensive tackles demand a lot of re$ources. Hall has a great relationship with defensive tackle coach Odell Haggins, and the Noles will have to get him back on campus at some point soon to continue to be in the race.
This is good news for the Noles in the event they have a better than expected season. If they can get off to a great start to the season, maybe that can grab Hall’s attention. Georgia probably leads his recruitment, but he’ll have the opportunity to watch Fabien Lovett and Robert Cooper wreck opposing offensive lines this year.