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McAdoo brings speed, versatility as part of 2022 class

The Florida State football program has made the most of the last month due to its success in adding talent and depth to its roster through the transfer portal, including the news of three new additions to the 2021 roster this past weekend. Safety Jammie Robinson (South Carolina), defensive tackle Keir Thomas (South Carolina) and running back DJ Williams (Auburn) all announced that they would be transferring to FSU for the upcoming football season.

That wasn’t the only good news for FSU on the recruiting trail over the last 72 hours. Head coach Mike Norvell also picked up the third commitment for the Seminoles’ 2022 recruiting class with the verbal commitment of wide receiver Quincey McAdoo from Clarendon (Ark.) High School.

McAdoo is rated as a four-star recruit by 247Sports and is considered the No. 1 overall prospect from Arkansas in 2022. He is also ranked as the 28th-best wide receiver in the country and the 218th-best overall prospect in the nation. Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Memphis, Miami and Tennessee have all reportedly offered McAdoo.

Defensive end Nyjalik Kelly and cornerback Travis Hunter committed to FSU prior to the start of their junior seasons of high school.

McAdoo has great length and a wide catch radius at 6-foot-3 and 175 pounds. He is a good athlete who plays wide receiver, safety and returns kicks. McAdoo gets to full speed quickly and creates matchup problems against shorter cornerbacks. He is physical on defense and as a blocker. On film he was effective as a ball carrier in the wide receiver run game and looked comfortable catching the ball in traffic.

Click here to view McAdoo’s Hudl highlights.

FSU’s 2022 recruiting class ranks third in the ACC and 13th in the nation, according to 247Sports.

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