FSU football has been red hot on the recruiting trail for the 2024 cycle, where they rank No. 5 in the 247Sports Composite rankings.
The recruiting class includes five-star prospects such as tight end Landen Thomas, cornerback Charles Lester III, and safety KJ Bolden. However, the Seminoles have many highly-touted prospects in their class that deserve recognition.
Head football coach Mike Norvell and company has made seismic waves in their recruiting efforts this cycle. The benefits of having a winning product to showcase has certainly been refreshing to see for fans.
One prospect that made an eye-opening highlight reel in his senior season debut is four-star running back commit Kameron Davis from Dougherty High School in Albany, Georgia.
Davis absolutely demolished the opposing defender and made him pay for coming up to make the tackle in the open field. While the talented running back plays quarterback for his high school team, he is a do-it-all talent that will play any position to help his team win at all costs.
Dougherty High School won their season opener against Westover High School 32-15 on Friday night. They will be taking on Randolph-Clay High School next week.
The Albany, Georgia, native has been committed to the program since February 25, 2021. On April 15, 2023, he officially shut down his recruitment and will attend Florida State University to continue his academic and athletic career when the December Early Signing Day period rolls around.
The talented athlete was once recognized as a five-star prospect, but downgraded to a four-star prospect this offseason. While recruiting rankings are somewhat skewed, Davis has a realistic opportunity to claim the much-deserved five-status once again if he performs at an above level this season.
Running backs coach David Johnson has two running back prospects committed in their recruiting class with four-stars Kameron Davis and Micahi Danzy. The position looks as though it is set for years to come.