Loganville (Ga.) Grayson linebacker Owen Pappoe is one of the most coveted players in the 2019 class. Pappoe made his second visit to Florida State on Friday, and enjoyed it just as much as the first.
"It was great," Pappoe said. "I enjoyed getting to see the coaches again, and I also got to see the new player lounge."
While he was at Florida State he got to talk to head coach Jimbo Fisher and linebackers coach Bill Miller. They did everything they could to make sure that Pappoe came back to Tallahassee again real soon.
"They said that they loved to have me back on campus and that they want to get my parents on campus in the spring," Pappoe said.
He doesn't know if he will be able to come back in the spring, but will definitely be back to Florida State this summer for one of the Jimbo Fisher camps.
Signing day for the 2019 class is a long way away, but Florida State has already made an impression on the talented linebacker.
"They would be one of my top schools," Pappoe said.
The 6-foot-1, 190-pound linebacker also visited Florida on Friday, and plans to visit Miami on Saturday. He may take a visit to LSU next weekend.