FSU football: 3 additions that would elevate the Noles’ 2024 recruiting class

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

Five-star WR Jeremiah Smith (Ohio State commit)

I completely understand that the Florida State Seminoles have four wide receiver prospects committed to their program with four-stars Camdon Frier, BJ Gibson, Lawayne McCoy, and Elijah Moore in the fold. However, even when four-star TJ Abrams decommitted from the program and eventually committed to the arch-rival Florida Gators, the Seminoles still searching to acquire more pass catchers.

When evaluating the playmakers committed to the Seminoles, they only have one wide receiver who is listed over 6’0″. With current players such as 6’7″ Johnny Wilson and 6’4″ Keon Coleman likely departing after this season, Florida State will have to replace their production in the position room.

One prospect that the coaching staff has its sights set on is five-star Ohio State commit Jeremiah Smith from Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Hollywood, Florida. The talented wide receiver prospect has consistently emphasized that he is committed to the Buckeyes, but the interest between him and Florida State remains steady. Smith is prepared to visit during the Seminoles’ November 11th home matchup against the arch-rival Miami Hurricanes.

Could FSU be able to steal the South Florida pass catcher from the Buckeyes as Early Signing Day quickly approaches?