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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DESTYN HILL

It is a bird, it is a plane... It is Destyn Hill making his presence known in Tallahassee.

If you had asked Seminole fans a year ago, some would have suggested that Hill was not even a real person. The former Class of 2021 four-star prospect had his enrollment delayed due to a personal matter. Just like Vandrevius Jacobs, media members were discussing Destyn Hill's maturity as a player after missing quite a bit of football.

However, Hill finally suited up in garnet and gold where he recorded 6 receptions for 87 yards. That does not scream someone who could be a number one option right away, but his talent and potential in the slot could be something that should not be ignored.

While there was a reason for concern with Florida State redshirt senior Jordan Travis not utilizing the middle of the field with his slot receivers, newly acquired transfer DJ Uiagalelei threw the slot often where junior Silas Bolden had 54 receptions for 746 yards and 5 touchdowns last season with the Oregon State Beavers.

Could this be a breakout year for Hill?