Florida State is currently without a 2016 wide receiver commitment, but that may change soon with a recruit that's already on Florida State's commitment list. Wide receiver DJ Matthews is currently committed to the Seminoles for the 2017 class, but may be reclassifying to the 2016 class.
"[I will] early enroll or leave with the 2016 class," Matthews said.
Matthews would be able to do so because he's currently being homeschooled.
"I’m actually home schooled so I get my credits out the way," Matthews said. "I have like three credits left."
If Matthews can reclassify he won't find out till late in the 2016 recruiting cycle.
"Probably late January when I get done with my classes," Matthews said.
If Matthews is not able to reclassify he plans on early enrolling at Florida State. Matthews has been to Florida State twice so far this season, and talks with wide receiver's coach Lawrence Dawsey quite a bit.
"I talk to coach Dawsey the most," Matthews said. "My wide receiver coach. He’s ready for me to get in and get the playbook down and get on the field right away."
Matthews is currently the No. 101 prospect in the 2017 class and the No. 13 wide receiver