FSU football: Transfer WR Evan Stewart showing interest in the Noles?

Texas A&M transfer wide receiver Evan Stewart showing interest in the Florida State Seminoles?

Sep 30, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Evan Stewart (1) catches a
Sep 30, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Texas A&M Aggies wide receiver Evan Stewart (1) catches a / Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
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FSU football has only gotten one transfer portal prospect this offseason with Georgia sophomore defensive end Marvin Jones Jr., who was a monumental pickup with the Seminoles.

The coaching staff seems to be far from over when it comes to acquiring transfers in the portal. In today's college football landscape, programs need transfers to fill a roster with depth. As it pertains to recruits, they are not guaranteed to stick with the college of their choice for all four years and could elect to jump into the portal.

With the 2024 version of the Seminoles, this football team will be very young at certain positions. While I alluded to the transfer portal needs on the roster in a recent article, I still believe that head football coach Mike Norvell and company will have these players ready to compete at a high level.

One transfer portal prospect that is worth noting is Texas A&M sophomore wide receiver Evan Stewart. The former Class of 2022 five-star prospect had 91 receptions for 1,163 yards and 6 touchdowns during his two-year playing career with the Aggies.

On3's College Sports Business and Transfer Portal Reporter Pete Nakos reported that Florida State, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, and Georgia have been listed as schools to watch for Stewart. This makes total sense for the Seminoles to be interested, given that they will be having to replace redshirt junior Johnny Wilson and junior Keon Coleman.

While I feel that the coaching staff feels confident in the ability of current players such as JaKhi Douglas, Kentron Poitier, Deuce Spann, Darion Williamson, Hykeem Williams, Vandrevius Jacobs, and Destyn Hill (does not include the four high school signees), they would likely want to add another veteran playmaker to the offense.

Wide receivers coach Ron Dugans has done a tremendous job with developing the players in his position room. If the Seminoles find a way to add Stewart to the rotation, it would go a long way in making Florida State offense a force to be reckoned with.

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