Tyler Hunter's March commitment to Florida State was expected as the Seminoles have a stronghold on the Lowndes program. Over the past month Hunter has considered looking at other options as he was under the assumption that FSU had several players depth-wise at safety.
Friday Tyler came to FSU for a visit to speak with the coaches and just hang around the players. He told NoleDigest the visit went well.
"The visit went well," said Hunter. "I got a chance to speak to the coaches, which is what I really wanted to do."
"They told me that they want me to come in and play safety, as well as maybe some wide receiver," continued Hunter. "They also explained to me how low they are at safety."
According to Tyler he heard what he needed to ensure a firm commitment.
"I'm firm," said Hunter of his commitment. "I am sticking with FSU."
Quick Note: Hunter Stops by FSU
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