FSU football: 4-star WR target Ny Carr decommits from UGA

Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0781
Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0781 /

FSU football has done a tremendous job acquiring high-caliber talent at the wide receiver position during this recruiting cycle.

The Seminoles have four pass catchers committed to their program in four-stars Camdon Frier, BJ Gibson, Lawayne McCoy, and Elijah Moore. While it might seem as though the coaching staff has secured the commitments of too many offensive weapons, you can never have enough playmakers.

It is worth considering that current wide receivers on the roster, such as Keon Coleman, Johnny Wilson, and Winston Wright Jr. (graduation likely will not be on the team after the 2023 season.

On Sunday afternoon, Class of 2024, four-star wide receiver target Ny Carr from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia, decommitted from the Georgia Bulldogs.

This decision is massive for the Florida State Seminoles, given that he is a high school teammate with five-star tight end commit Landen Thomas. The talented wide receiver took an unofficial visit when the Seminoles took on the Southern Miss Golden Eagles, who they defeated by a score of 66-13.

Carr had a phenomenal junior season during the 2022 season, where he recorded 62 catches for 1051 yards and ten touchdowns. At one point in his recruitment, he was thought to be 1000% locked into the Bulldogs.

However, things have seemed to drastically change, and Thomas has consistently been putting on his recruiting hat for his high school teammate to join him in Tallahassee. It would give four-star quarterback commit Luke Kromenhoek a variety of elite options to throw to.

For reference, the Seminoles are still targeting prospects at the position, such as five-star Jeremiah Smith (Ohio State commit), five-star Cameron Coleman (Texas A&M commit), and five-star Joshisa Trader (Miami commit).

Wide receiver coach Ron Dugans has turned the wide receiver position from a weakness into a strength in recruiting. It also doesn’t hurt for recruiting purposes that Johnny Wilson and Keon Coleman have a combined 561 yards through the first four games of the season.

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