FSU football: Three positives about the Noles' 2024 recruiting class

Three positives about Florida State football's 2024 recruiting class that fans should take into consideration.

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FSU football is currently sitting at the ninth-best recruiting class, according to 247Sports Composite rankings. On Wednesday morning before prospects began to sign, the Seminoles were listed as the fourth-best class.

Fans immediately became frustrated with five-star safety commit KJ Bolden flipping his pledge to Georgia, five-star defensive lineman commit Armondo Blount pledging to Miami (as we expected after canceling his official visit), and not being able to flip Ohio State five-star wide receiver commit Jeremiah Smith or Florida five-star defensive lineman commit LJ McCray.

There is a portion of individuals who want to blame certain aspects of the Seminoles' operations. While I understand the feelings of frustration, we at ChopChat intend to showcase the positive aspects of this recruiting class. This is not an opportunity to sugarcoat some of the negative events that transpired today, but this group of prospects deserves to be celebrated.

As a result, let's break down three positives from Florida State's 2024 recruiting class.