FSU football: July 15th could be a great day for Noles’ recruiting

FSU defensive line coach Odell Haggins at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0689
FSU defensive line coach Odell Haggins at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0689 /

FSU football has had a fantastic month of July thus far for their 2024 recruiting efforts as they secured commitments of four-star wide receiver Elijah Moore, four-star defensive end Daniel “DD” Holmes, four-star cornerback Ricky Knight III, and three-star safety Rydarrius “Red” Morgan.

With these prospects in the fold, the Seminoles have elevated themselves to No. 13 in the 247Sports Composite rankings.

FSU football fans want to see success on the recruiting trail, as the program has not accomplished the feat of a top-ten recruiting class since 2017.

However, if the Seminoles have the 2023 season folks expect, which includes an ACC Championship Game appearance, and a potential College Football Playoff berth, that could become a possibility.

One question that always seems to get asked when discussing recruiting: Who will be the next prospect to join FSU’s recruiting class?

While I never want to ruin a recruit’s special moment in deciding where they want to fulfill their lifelong dream of becoming a collegiate athlete, I can share that the Seminoles have some important targeted prospects that will be making their decisions known on July 15th.

The three prospects that will most likely be making their decisions on that date include five-star offensive tackle Jonathan Daniels, four-star running back Micahi Danzy and three-star cornerback Kevin Levy.

Jonathan Daniels

You have already heard me talk at length about five-star offensive tackle target Jonathan Daniels from Pine Forest High School in Pensacola, Florida. However, he is at the very top of the Seminoles’ wants in an offensive lineman.

Georgia and Kentucky are two other schools that are involved in his recruitment. He currently has five crystal ball predictions in favor of FSU.

Micahi Danzy

The coaching staff has continuously expressed the want to acquire another running back prospect to pair alongside five-star commit Kameron Davis. The Tallahassee native is lightning fast, and he has a knack for creating separation from opposing defenders accumulating over 1,800 yards and 17 touchdowns during his junior year.

Like Daniels, the Seminoles are trending positively in his recruitment, with four crystal ball predictions for the hometown team.

Kevin Levy

This player is a prospect that FSU offered this spring on February 14, 2023. The interest seemed mutual as Levy visited the campus three times since receiving the offer. Just like Danzy, Levy is blazing fast with an ability to lock down quicker receivers.

FSU has recently been moving in a positive direction to land his services.

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