FSU football: Coaches continue to focus on recruiting Florida and Georgia in 2025 class

Sunshine and Peach State Are Priority Areas

Jack Williams/Tallahassee DEmocrat / USA
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FSU football coaches have almost completed their 2024 recruiting class from the high school ranks. The Noles signed 22 prep players and had 13 to enroll this spring semester. It's the No. 10 ranked recruiting class, but the coaches could add two more potential signees in four-star athlete Amaree Williams and four-star QB Trever Jackson. If that happens, FSU will jump to the No. 7 class nationally. Both players received crystal ball predictions recently. Let's go with the assumption both players ultimately sign with FSU for this piece. If that holds, 19 of the 24 players signed will come from Florida and Georgia. That's a 79 percent of the class and a 71 percent blue-chip ratio.

FSU didn't only concentrate on those two areas, but they won their fair share of recruiting battles for some top players in the recruiting cycle. They signed the No. 7, No. 14, No. 17, No. 18, No. 26, No. 27, and the No. 32 player in Florida. They signed the No. 9, No. 11, No. 12, and No. 47 player in Georgia. That's 10 players ranked among the top 50 players in each respective state. Not only that, but several of these guys rank among the top 150 players nationally. Those are the type of players needed to win championships.