Four candidates that could be WR1 for the Noles' offense in 2024

Four candidates to be the number one wide receiver for the 2024 season in the Seminoles' offense.

Fllorida State Seminoles wide receiver Kentron Poitier (88) catches a pass from Florida State
Fllorida State Seminoles wide receiver Kentron Poitier (88) catches a pass from Florida State / Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat / USA
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FSU football heads into the 2024 season where they have to replace wide receivers such as redshirt junior wide Johnny Wilson and junior Keon Coleman, who have declared for the 2024 NFL Draft.

When looking at the position as a whole for the Seminoles, they have quality talent but they are largely unproven. Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans has taken the necessary steps during the last two recruiting cycles to replenish the depth.

Florida State added former Oregon State quarterback transfer DJ Uiagalelei this offseason. The veteran signal-caller can command the offense with a strong arm as well as his pocket presence. This spring will be a pivotal point to see which wide receivers emerge as the top options.

The Seminoles finished the 2023 season with an undefeated regular season plus an ACC championship. The expectations for 2024 are sky-high, but the squad can be successful if they can gel the offense together.

Let's focus on four players who could be the number one wide receiver in 2024.