One of Florida State's important targets for the 2008 recruiting class will be at tight end.
Wednesday, Seminole coaches took the first step in bringing in talented players to man that position when they offered Brandon Moore of Trotwood-Madison High School in Ohio.
"Florida State just offered," Moore told Scout.com's Greg Powers.
At the end of this coming season, FSU will be left with just two scholarship tight ends as recently converted defensive end D.J. Norris is entering his final year of eligibility with the Tribe. His departure will leave only Charlie Graham and Jonathan Hannah.
Both of those players will have two years of eligibility remaining at this season's end.
Moore is a talented player that stands 6-foot-6 and 220 pounds. He boasts offers from such college football powerhouses as Michigan, LSU, Georgia, Oklahoma and Nebraska among others.
Seminoles offer Ohio tight end
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