FSU football: 3-star DT D’Nas White officially visiting in December

FSU defensive line coach Odell Haggins at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0689
FSU defensive line coach Odell Haggins at FSU's first spring practice of 2019.Img 0689 /

FSU football has done a tremendous job with acquiring highly-touted prospects in their 2024 recruiting class.

The Seminoles are currently ranked No. 3 in the 247Sports Composite rankings with 23 prospects committed in the fold. However, with the class’s construction, the one position that the fanbase clamors for in this recruiting class is defensive linemen.

Florida State currently has three defensive linemen committed in the fold with four-star defensive end Armondo Blount, four-star defensive end DD Holmes, and three-star defensive tackle Jamorie Flagg.

The Seminoles are still searching to add one or two defensive linemen with targets on their board such as five-star LJ McCray (Florida commit), four-star Artavius Jones (Miami commit), three-star Lugard Edokpayi, and three-star D’Nas White.

White will be officially visiting Florida State during the weekend of December 8th. The talented defensive tackle prospect is listed at 6’3” and 327 pounds and is from Jay M. Robinson High School in Concord, North Carolina.

The North Carolina native made his way to Tallahassee earlier in the month of October for an unofficial visit during the Seminoles’ 38-20 victory over the Duke Blue Devils.

The coaching staff understands the importance of being able to obtain more defensive linemen this cycle given that they will be losing current players such as Jared Verse, Fabien Lovett Sr., Braden Fiske, and Dennis Briggs Jr. at the end of the 2023 season.

They will be hosting White as well as Ohio State five-star wide receiver commit Jeremiah Smith for official visits on the weekend of December 8th.

For reference, the Early Signing Period for college football will begin on December 20th. As a result, Florida State will attempt to make the finishing touches in their recruiting class as they look to establish a strong foundation for the future of the program.

It seems as though head football coach Mike Norvell and company are building something special in Tallahassee.

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