The calendar just turned into the new year a few days ago, but Florida already holds one of the top 2024 recruiting classes in the country.
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The Seminoles have eight verbal commitments. 5-star running back Cam Davis, 4-star defensive back Jordan Pride, 4-star wide receiver Camdon Fryer, 4-star quarterback Luke Cromenhook, 4-star defensive back CJ Hurd, 3 star defensive. Lineman Keyshawn Mashburn, three-star defensive lineman Jamory Flagg, and kicker Jake Weinberg — ranked fourth in the nation according to 247Sports.
Following a 10-win season that could propel Florida to the top 10 of the final rankings, the Seminoles are already making headlines among the top recruits in the 2024 class.
Over the past few days, Florida has won three elite prospects.
— Charles Lester III, Five Star Defensive Back
Leicester have had their sights on the Seminoles for quite some time, and after a strong season in 2022, his ‘dream school’ may be perfectly positioned to acquire him. On January 1, he announced his top five, including Florida, Florida, Alabama, Ohio, and Georgia.
The Florida native recently traveled to Tallahassee on October 1 to unofficially watch the game against Wake Forest. He also watched Florida State’s explosive victory over Miami from the stands. Lester is being tracked by coaches and current members of the #Tribe24, including four-star quarterback Luke Cromenhook.
At this point, he may be the most desired player for the Seminoles in his class. Lester played both ways as a junior, for 354 yards he had 34 catches, on offense he had four touchdowns, and on defense he recorded 18 tackles and an interception.
— KJ Bolden, Five Star Athlete
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It’s the result of Florida State’s progress on the field catching the eye of one of the country’s top athletes, KJ Bolden. Although he hasn’t been in Tallahassee since his June 18, 2021, the Seminoles are in the top 15 along with Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Colorado, Michigan, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, LSU and Michigan, according to 247Sports. Has entered. , Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Tennessee, and he USC.
Bolden visited Ohio, Georgia Tech, Georgia, and Clemson for game days during the fall. It’s imperative for the Seminoles to get him back on campus as soon as possible.
Known for his elite speed, in 2021 he recorded a 100m dash of 10.76 seconds and a 400m dash of 52.85 seconds. The Georgia native plays his receiver wide and his back defensively at Buford High School. According to MaxPreps, as a junior he had 23 catches for 422 yards and two touchdowns.
— King Joseph Edwards, four-star defensive end
Another talented recruit from Buford High School, Edwards plays defensive and tight ends at the prep level. He may slot in off the edge at his eventual college destination. is.
Edwards recently finished the top 15, including Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, USC, Tennessee, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Cincinnati, Texas A&M, Texas, Ohio, Michigan and Oklahoma. It was dropped. He visited Buckeye, Bulldogs, Volunteers and Spartans during the season.
The Seminoles last welcomed him to campus in March, when head coach Mike Nobel personally welcomed Edwards and his mother. is needed.
Edwards previously said, “They’re pretty expensive.” .
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