Jimbo Fisher Football Camp

The Jimbo Fisher Football Camp starts tomorrow on Wednesday June 16th and runs through Saturday June 19th. Hundreds of players are expected to participate in at least one day of the four. NoleDigest.com takes a look at some prospects that are expected to be in attendance.


Stephen Rivers(Athens, AL), Matt Floyd(Milton, FL), Justin Worley(Rock Hill, SC), and Maikhail Miller(Fulton, MS) headline a strong group of signal callers. Rivers and Worley hold offers from FSU already, while Miller and Floyd will be competing for that coveted Nole offer. There is no better to chance to see the QBs than at a camp and we expect that the position, recruiting wise, will be a lot clearer after the next four days.

Other QBs that are expected to attend are Blaire Sullivan(San Antonio, TX), Jacob Coker(Mobile, AL), Brett Nelson(La Canada, CA), Cory Lockman(El Cajon, CA), and Lynn Haven Mosley's Chase Smith.

Apopka's Tom Smith
Scott Kennedy, Scout.com


Two in-state prospects who have high interest in FSU will be competing for an offer. Apopka's Tom Smith and Lake Gibson's Remi Watson are a pair of plus sized inside runners that sit on multiple BCS offers. With the recent injury to Eric Beverly(ACL and will miss senior year), these two backs should get a long look from Coach Eddie Gran during the camp. There could be a surprise or two here, a few prospects have expressed desire to make the camp, but as of now have not committed to attend.

EDIT: It is being reported by James Bryant of InsideTennessee.com that Smith committed to Tennessee today(June 15th). We don't know if this will affect whether he attends or not.


Rashad Greene will be taking a trip up to Tallahassee today, it is unclear if he will be competing in the camp or not. Greene's history suggests that he will want to compete as he has never shied from competition. He is the Noles no. 1 target at the WR position and we sit in good shape for his commitment at this time. There will be a slew of WR prospects who are trying to work their way into an offer.

Potential Tight End Brandon Fulse should be in town and he will get a long look because of his versatility(potential Defensive linemen).


Both 2011 commits, Sterling Lovelady and Trey Pettis will be in attendance. With the number figuring to be 5-6 prospects at this spot, the group is deep that is expected to make it.

Quincy McKinney(Columbus, GA) holds an offer and he plays at a school that FSU is trying to recruit hard (Carver). Ryan Kelly(Westchester, OH) also holds an offer and has high interest, he will make the trip down from Ohio. A player that could walk away with an offer is Miami Central's Marquis Lucas. Lucas had a dominant Spring and will look to build on that and impress Coach Trickett.

David Simon(Bay Minette, AL) does not hold an FSU offer, but he does sport an impressive offer sheet, at 6'5, he will get a long look. Local product Mark Bodkin(Lincoln) will also be in attendance, he has the size, but will need to impress with his footwork.

Homestead DT Chavis Akins
Geoff Vogt, Scout.com


Derrick Mitchell(First Coast) is already an FSU commitment, he had a standout performance at Auburn last weekend and will look to do the same in Tallahassee. A pair of big time DTs from the Sunshine State will also be competing: Homestead's Chavis Akins and Tenorec's Terry Bell. Both players have seen interest in them sky rocket the past three months and have high interest in FSU.

Akins team mate Ricardo Williams(DE) will also compete and he is probably the most likely prospect to commit, he has openly stated that the Noles are no. 1 on his list.

Anthony Rabasa(Miami Columbus) and Jermauria Rasco are a pair of national prospects with Nole offers. Rabasa has at various times stated that FSU is way up there in terms of interest. It is unclear where Rasco is leaning at this time.


It is unclear if Tony Steward(Menendez) will make it to the camp, he is the Noles top target at LB and is considered a lean. Rabasa may get a look here as he has the athleticism to play the position.


Current commits Karlos Williams(Ridge), Cortez Davis(Mainland), Keelin Smith(Treasure Coast), and Lamarcus Brutus(Treasure Coast) will all attend at least one session of the camp. Nick Waisome(South Lake) is considered the top CB in Florida and holds an FSU offer, he should get plenty of attention from coach Mark Stoops.

Homestead's Keith Baxter is one of the top DBs in Dade County, he has terrific range and will rattle some teeth against the run. This is another spot where their could be a surprise visitor or two.

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