Thursday Morning FSU Football Camp Update

Today, Florida State held their morning camp session and there were several players that stood out. Four-star wide receiver Tony Wilson really turned it up a notch.

Cornerback Prince Miller of Duncan (SC) Byrnes was watching the camp today. He is being recruited by Florida State as a corner. Last night he stayed with Seminole freshman Jamie Robinson who played his high school ball in Rock Hills (SC) Northwestern. In track, Miller's fastest 100-meter time is 10.7 seconds. Florida State is rumored to be the team to beat.

Wide Receiver Tony Wilson of Daytona Beach Mainland caught our eye today. The 5-foot-10 and 172 pound four-star stand was always open and he runs great routes.

Melvin Patterson of Alachua Santa Fe was other wide receiver that caught the eye of Renegade The 6-foot-3 and 205 pound standout has it all in size, speed and desire.

"I've got like ten offers now," Patterson said. "Florida and Georgia have offered and I've suppose to have a meeting later today with the coaches. My top three schools now are Florida State, Florida and Georgia."

Check back this evening for a report from the afternoon's session of camp.

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