2017 FSU Offensive Recruiting Board

A look at who is on Florida State's offensive recruiting board for the 2017 cycle.

Florida State will be taking a smaller class in 2017 with around 20 spots available. The Seminoles are already a fourth of the way there with five commits in the class, but will likely take a more reserved approach with limited spots available this cycle.

Quarterback

Needs: 1

Commits: None

Targets: 

Florida State will need one quarterback in the 2017 cycle, and they've got a little bit of a late start. Perry and Hockman have both recently decommitted from Miami and Georgia, and the Seminoles have high interest in both. Perry is more of a dual threat quarterback while Hockman and Mills are more pro style. 

Running Back

Needs: 2–3

Commits:

Targets:

Florida State already has a good one committed in White, but the Seminoles will need at least two this cycle. D'andre Swift is one of the top running backs in the country, and has high interest in the Noles. Laborn also has high interest in the Seminoles, and both have ties to players Florida State signed in 2016. Davis, Barrett, and Cotman are all instate prospects that Florida State has offered.

Wide Receiver 

Needs: 1–2

Commits: 

Targets:

Florida State already has their top target at wide receiver committed in DJ Matthews. Matthews is one of the top slot receivers in the country, and is a firm commitment to the Seminoles. After Matthews, Florida State will be looking for one more in 2017. Higgins is the top wide receiver on the board after Matthews. Grimes and Jeudy are all favoring other teams at this time. Landers is another big wide receiver that Florida State is looking at.

Tight End

Needs: 0-1

Commits: None

Targets:

Florida State will not be losing any tight ends from the 2016 roster, but will look to add a tight end if it's the right one. McKitty is the player standing out right now, but FSU trails Florida at this time.

Offensive Line

Needs: 2–3

Commits: None

Targets:

Florida State is in on a number of the top offensive linemen in the country. Leatherwood and Ashley are both committed to Alabama schools currently, but that hasn't stopped Florida State from recruiting them. Slaton is the top rated guard in the country and comes from a high school that has sent a 5-star prospect to Florida State in each of the last two years. Gray grew up a fan of the Seminoles, and has visited Florida State multiple times over the past few years. Ruiz is the top ranked center in the country.

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