FSU football: 5 most impactful 2023 transfers this season

Florida State Seminole fans cheer on the football team as they defeat the Florida Gators at Doak Campbell Stadium on Friday, Nov. 25, 2022.Fan Cam Fsu V Uf002
Florida State Seminole fans cheer on the football team as they defeat the Florida Gators at Doak Campbell Stadium on Friday, Nov. 25, 2022.Fan Cam Fsu V Uf002 /
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Keon Coleman-WR

I was against bringing in a wide receiver if he couldn’t enroll for spring camp. However, I made an exception for a player like Keon Coleman.

I still think it will take him a little more time to learn the offense, but he’s been looking good in fall camp. The offense was going to be really good without Keon Coleman.

However, his addition pushes this offense to elite status, because oppposing offenses can’t double-team anyone. If you double Coleman, Johnny Wilson is in a one-on-one. If double Wilson, Coleman is in a one-on-one.

Then there’s Jahem Bell, Jordan Travis can still hurt you with his legs, and the running backs can catch the ball out of the backfield. Coleman can stretch the field vertically, win the 50-50 balls, and will be a huge target in the red zone.

I think he changes this team more than any transfer they added in the 2023 recruiting class.