Florida State is quickly building momentum on the recruiting trail.
Three-star linebacker Jordan Eubanks from Denton (Texas) Guyer committed to FSU on Saturday, giving the Seminoles their ninth commitment from the 2021 class. Guyer made his commitment less than 24 hours after FSU landed wide receiver Joshua Burrell on Friday night.
“I like what they are doing at FSU,” Eubanks told the Osceola’s Pat Burnham on May 19. “They’re really changing the tradition there.”
Eubanks chose FSU over 18 other reported offers. His final six included FSU, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Pitt and Michigan State.
He had 63 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack last season, per 247Sports.
In making his commitment official on Twitter on Saturday, Eubanks said: “Most importantly I would like to thank God for giving me the support around me to make this decision. Secondly I would like to thank my parents as well as my coaches and teammates for pushing me to become the best possible teammate/player I can be. Finally, I would like to thank every coach who took the time out to recruit and invest in me. With that being said I am proud to announce I will be committing to Florida State University to further my academic and football career! #GoNoles.”
Eubanks joins defensive commitments like linebackers Branden Jennings and Dequaveon Fuller, cornerbacks Hunter Washington and Kevin Knowles and defensive end Joshua Farmer.