FSU's Biggest Offensive Misses

FSU has always been one of the best recruiting programs in the country. We will first be analyzing all of the top offensive recruits that FSU barely missed on the past four recruiting classes.

FSU has always been one of the best recruiting programs in the country. We will first be analyzing all of the top offensive recruits that FSU barely missed on the past four recruiting classes.

 

 

Quarterback- Matthew Stafford Class of 2006'.

 

High School-5 Star QB from Highland Park High School in Dallas, TX. He threw for over 7,000 yards and 90 TDs in High School. First team Parade All-American. He chose UGA.

 

College- Made the All-SEC Freshman team. Was the first true freshman to start at QB for UGA since Quincy Carter.

 

 

 

Runningback- CJ Spiller Class of 2006'.

 

High School-5 Star RB from Lake Butler, FL. First team Parade All-American. Had 541 carries for 5,511 yards in his career at Union County. He chose Clemson.

 

College- Made the First team Freshman All-American team. A Runner up for ACC Rookie of the Year. Averaged 7.3 yards per rush last football season. One of the most explosive players in the country.

 

 

 

Wide Receiver- Percy Harvin Class of 2006'.

 

High School-5 Star WR from Virginia Beach, VA. First team Parade All-American. Finished his high school career with 75 receptions for 1,313 yards and 13 TDs. He chose UF.

 

College-SEC Freshman of the Year. A Freshman All-American. MVP of the SEC Championship Game last football season.

 

 

 

Offensive Lineman- Andre Smith Class of 2006'.

 

High School-5 Star OL from Birmingham, AL. First team Parade All-American. Registered 88 pancake blocks in his senior football season. He chose Alabama.

 

College-Started 12 football games for Alabama. He led all Alabama players with 800 snaps. Led the team with 62 knockdowns.

 

Honorable Mention:

 

Runningback- Noel Devine Class of 2007'.

 

Wide Receiver- Arrelious Benn Class of 2007'.

 

Offensive Lineman-Pouncey Brothers Class of 2007'.

 

 

 

 

 

**Coming next FSU's Biggest Offensive Gets

 


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