FSU's Top-10 Uncommitted Targets At The Opening

Who are the Top-10 uncommitted targets at The Opening for Florida State?

Florida State has five of their ten commitments at The Opening as well as a number of high priority targets. Here are the Top-10 uncommitted targets that Florida State is after at The Opening in alphabetical order.

2016 5-star RB Cam Akers


Akers recently visited Florida State and came away very impressed with the Seminoles. He showed up to The Opening in Florida State pants, and the Seminoles are working to become a major player in his recruitment.

2016 4-star WR Jerry Jeudy


Jeudy has visited Florida State multiple times this year, and the Seminoles have a shot to secure an official visit. Alabama and Miami are the favorites to land the 4-star receiver, but Florida State will likely have at least one more chance to host the talented Miami prospect.

2016 4-star RB Khalan Laborn


Laborn visited Florida State in February, and then attended the spring game in Orlando. He will make his decision on Saturday, and it will likely be the Seminoles. He is a talented running back with great vision and good hands out of the back field.

2016 5-star S Jeffrey Okudah


Okudah hasn't been back to Florida State this year, but did attend the Jimbo Fisher camp in 2015. The Florida State coaching staff as well as Texas native Dontavious Jackson have been in his ear about the Noles.

2019 ATH Owen Pappoe


The youngest prospect ever to be invited to The Opening, and it was well deserved. The term "freak" gets thrown around quite a bit, but Pappoe is a perfect example of one. He holds offers from more than 20 schools before he sets foot on his high school campus for his sophomore year. 

2016 5-star WR Donovan Peoples-Jones


Peoples-Jones is the big, athletic wide receiver that Florida State is looking to pair with D.J. Matthews this recruiting cycle. The Seminoles have work to do here, but Peoples-Jones has visited Florida State this year and they could receive an official visit. 

2018 5-star CB Patrick Surtain Jr.


One of the top rated players in the 2018 class Surtain is going to turn some heads at The Opening. LSU holds the edge here, but Florida State will not go quietly for this highly talented defensive back.

2016 4-star RB D'Andre Swift


Swift has Florida State in his top group, but seems to be trending to Georgia as his commitment date grows nearer. Swift is an excellent receiving back, and is right on the verge of being named a 5-star prospect.

2016 4-star DB Jamyest Williams


Williams has visited Florida State quite a bit over the past two years, and the Seminoles are definitely one of his top choices. He was the only underclassman on the All-Opening team in 2015, and I would be shocked if he wasn't on there in 2016.

2016 5-star DT Marvin Wilson


Wilson is the top defensive tackle in the country, and it's easy to see why. He has the size and explosiveness to make an immediate impact for whatever school is lucky enough to land him. Florida State is in very good position to do just that right now. Wilson has visited Florida State twice in 2016, and plans to take one of his official visits to Tallahassee.


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