FSU football has secured commitments from four wide receiver prospects in their 2024 recruiting class with four-stars Camdon Frier, TJ Abrams, BJ Gibson, and Lawayne McCoy.
It might seem the Seminoles could be done with recruiting for the position. But the recruitments of Abrams and McCoy remain up in the air. Abrams is still entertaining teams such as Florida and Texas A&M, while McCoy officially visited UCF earlier this month.
FSU is still pursuing the likes of five-star Jeremiah Smith (Ohio State), five-star Cameron Coleman, five-star Joshisa Trader, four-star Ny Carr (Georgia commit), four-star James Madison II, four-star Zion Ragins, and four-star Elijah Moore.
During four-star Elijah Moore’s exit meeting with various members of the FSU media, he explained that the Seminoles were his number one school. He also added that he will decide on July 4th between Florida State and Ohio State.
Moore now possesses three crystal ball predictions in favor of the Seminoles. FSU might not be done at the wide receiver position as another target will be his decision on the Fourth of July.
According to a report from Rivals National College Football Recruiting Analyst John Garcia Jr., four-star James Madison II from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, will decide between Florida State and Missouri on July 4th.
Will the coaching staff be willing to have six wide receivers in the class? Short answer, yes.
However, recruiting is an ever-changing process that includes young men making one of the most important lifetime decisions.
As a result, I highly doubt that all six pass catchers stay committed. I personally think that FSU will never decline an opportunity for five-star Jeremiah Smith or five-star Joshisa Trader to join Tribe24.
You accept those commitments and worry about the numbers later.
Overall, wide receivers coach Ron Dugans and company are absolutely on fire when it comes to acquiring future playmakers on the offensive side of the football.