FSU football received great news on Saturday afternoon as four-star running back Micahi Danzy from Tallahassee, Florida, committed to the Seminoles.
With Danzy officially in their 2024 recruiting class, FSU moves to No. 10 in the 247Sports’ Composite rankings. The coaching staff now has 18 commitments in the fold.
However, the Seminoles are far from finished, as targets such as five-star cornerback Charles Lester III and four-star cornerback Jalewis Solomon have decisions looming in the near future.
The good news is that the majority of FSU’s offensive recruiting class is in the barn, as my country folk would say.
They have their quarterback of the future in Luke Kromenhoek, running back duo in Kameron Davis and Micahi Danzy, multitude of wide receiver options, do-it-all tight end option in Landen Thomas, and the offensive protectors in Jonathan Daniels and Tye Hylton.
They can now focus on the defensive side of the football, specifically on the defensive line and linebackers.
In addition to Lester III and Solomon, the Seminoles are also actively pursuing prospects such as five-star defensive end Kamarion Franklin, five-star safety KJ Bolden, four-star defensive end Booker Pickett Jr., four-star defensive tackle LJ McCray, and four-star linebacker Michael Boganowski.
Within the list of prospects, I believe that the Seminoles have a really good shot with five-star safety KJ Bolden. While he is announcing his commitment on August 5th and the crystal ball predictions have gravitated towards the Georgia Bulldogs, FSU isn’t afraid to step up to the plate against the defending national champions.
For reference, it certainly helps that the Seminoles have not utilized an official visit on Bolden yet (he could potentially visit on November 11th against the arch-rival Miami Hurricanes), and he has been to Tallahassee twice this spring for multi-day unofficial visits. Even if he chooses the Bulldogs, it could be a battle until Early Signing Day.
The coaching staff is attempting to generate recruiting momentum to ensure that FSU is set for multiple years in the future.