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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KENTRON POITIER

Fans understand that redshirt junior Johnny Wilson and junior Keon Coleman were going to command a ton of targets given their skill sets.

However, it also became fair to assume that redshirt junior Kentron Poitier would take the next step forward as the third receiving option. But that never came to fruition as the Coconut Grove (FL) native only had 6 catches for 136 yards and dealt with injuries all season.

Fast forward to the 2024 season, he switched his jersey number to No. 1. With his 6'3". 205-pound frame, he should be able to regain consistency. During the 2022 season, he was awarded FSU's Offensive Most Improved Player where he had 14 receptions for 283 yards and 4 touchdowns.

This is Poitier's last opportunity with the Seminoles, and he has to make the most of his snaps. While Florida State is having to hit the reset button within the position, he could be just what the doctor ordered for consistency and a safety valve on the outside.

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