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Three Players That Could Receive Offers After FSU Jr. Day Visit

A look at three players that visited FSU for Junior Day that could get offers in the future.


Miami Central athlete Carmoni Green visited Florida State with James Cook on Saturday, and while the Seminoles didn't offer, he could receive one in the future. Green can play either wide receiver or safety at the next level, but his visit to Florida State centered around the offensive side of the ball.

"Coach is just telling me like that he is going to check me out in the spring," Green said. "He is looking forward to me being a 'Nole and stuff. Then he was talking to me about the offense, what type of offense they run. If I get here, I could play early. Stuff like that."

Green measured in at 6-foot, 185-pounds. He plans to visit Florida State again over spring break.


Fort Meade 2018 offensive tackle Cleveland Reed visited Florida State for Junior Day on Saturday, but didn't come away with an offer. That doesn't mean that an offer isn't coming though. Reed holds offers from North Carolina, Miami, and USF. 

Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett plans to stop by and visit reed in the spring, and wants to see the 6-foot-3, 300-pound lineman at a Jimbo Fisher camp this summer. They also want him to come up to visit for a spring practice.

"He said he loved my film, my explosiveness, and my size," Reed said.  


North Florida Christian 2018 athlete Jalen Norwoodhas visited Florida State a number of times, and while he doesn't yet hold an offer, one could be coming very soon. The Florida State coaching staff wants to make the very short trip over to see him this spring, and if they like what they see he could pick up an offer then. 

Norwood can play either safety or linebacker at the next level, and is also a very good baseball player. 

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