FSU football has not landed a wide receiver prospect yet in the 2025 recruiting to pair with four-star quarterback Tramell Jones Jr.
However, wide receivers coach Ron Dugans is continuing to pursue highly-touted playmakers in the offense for the Seminoles. One of the options that we have already discussed at an elevated rate is five-star Jaime Ffrench Jr. from Mandarin High School in Jacksonville (FL). He was formerly committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide and is a high school teammate with Jones Jr.
While Ffrench Jr. seems to be a top option for the Seminoles, four-star Koby Howard from Chaminade-Madonna Prep in Hollywood (FL) is also a wide receiver that the coaching staff really likes.
Howard came to the Junior Day event in Tallahassee for an unofficial visit yesterday. The coaching staff certainly making him feel like a priority as the Seminoles were his first-ever offer and head football coach Mike Norvell told the playmaker that he could commit whenever he was ready.
The Chaminade-Madonna Prep standout discussed with a variety of media members at the end of his visit that he will be dropping a top schools list soon and then will be committing before his senior season.
Howard has consistently showcased his mutual interest in Florida State as he has visited Tallahassee more than any other school. He even stated that he would be back up here for a spring practice. That also goes without saying that he will likely be in Tallahassee once again for their Garnet and Gold Spring Showcase in April.
Overall, the four-star prospect has continued to praise the coaching staff for believing in his ability even when it was early in the recruiting process. That will pay dividends for Florida State as they continue to accumulate talent in the wide receiver position room.