FSU football: Should fans worry about two 2024 FSU commits?

Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans at FSU football practice on March 6, 2019.Img 0873
Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans at FSU football practice on March 6, 2019.Img 0873 /

FSU football has five wide receiver prospects committed to their 2024 recruiting class in four-stars Camdon Frier, Tawaski Abrams, Lawayne McCoy, BJ Gibson, and Elijah Moore.

Wide receivers to monitor

With that said, five pass catchers in a class could become too much to maintain, considering that the Seminoles are still actively pursuing prospects such as five-star Jeremiah Smith (Ohio State commit), five-star Cameron Coleman (Texas A&M commit), five-star Joshisa Trader, and four-star Zion Ragins.

The coaching staff is not putting their eggs in one basket to accomplish the right fit for the Seminoles’ offensive system. This also does not suggest that they will tell a prospect not to join the class due to numbers at the position, such as five-star Joshisa Trader.

Worried about Abrams and McCoy?

In this recruiting class, some fans suggest that the commitment status of four-stars Tawaski Abrams and Lawayne McCoy could be in jeopardy.

Abrams has been quite upfront about his recruitment, where he took official visits to Texas A&M (June 2-4), Florida (June 16-18), and Florida State (June 23-25). While he said he’s solid in his commitment, he is not shy about taking other visits. It certainly helps that he took an official to FSU football before the dead period began.

McCoy has been relatively quiet since committing to the Seminoles on April 13th. The talented wide receiver has only officially visited UCF (June 9-11) this summer. He will most likely be taking official visits to Miami and Florida State during the season, which indicates that this recruitment could be one that lingers into Early Signing Day for the Seminoles.


At this time, I believe that fans should not be worried about the wide receiver position recruiting. The Seminoles have set themselves up nicely to have back-up plans in place if something does not work out.

As fans, we must let the prospects enjoy their recruitment processes and make the best decision for themselves and their loved ones. This process can be ever-changing, but overall this is one of the biggest decisions they will have to make in their lives.

Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans has certainly hit his stride with acquiring prospects in recent recruiting cycles. He has proved his doubters wrong, and it is shaping up to be a great finish for the FSU football recruiting class.

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