FSU football: 3 major questions about receivers/tight ends going into spring camp

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FSU football coaches took one of the weakest units and converted it into one of the best over the past two seasons. The arrival of Johnny Wilson and Mycah Pittman in 2022, and return of Wilson, and the addition of Keon Coleman gave FSU a formidable duo. Pittman left after the 2022 season, and Wilson and Coleman will get drafted by an NFL team next month. Veterans Kentron Poitier, Ja'Khi Douglas, and Darion Williamson returned this spring, along with young guys like Hykeem Williams, Destyn Hill, and Vandrevius Jacobs. FSU returned to the transfer portal to add the former No. 1 JUCO WR, Malik Benson, who joined this team this spring.

They have some talented freshmen who enrolled this spring. FSU lost tight end Jaheim Bell, who looks to get drafted next month by an NFL team. However, Kyle Morlock returns as the most productive tight end, along with several others looking to make an impact. I've written about the quarterback room, and that position will impact these. The receivers and tight ends are ultra-talented but mostly unproven. Here are three questions about these groups heading into spring camp.