FSU head coach Mike Norvell and his staff have been plenty busy since the NCAA lifted its 15-months-long Dead Period on June 1. Since that time the Seminoles head coach has hosted no fewer than five summer football camps, including Norvell’s Mega Camp, an Elite Camp, an offensive and defensive line camp, a 7-on-7 camp and an individual skills camp in addition to hosting prospects on both unofficial and official visits.
Each of the camps have been successful based on participation. The numbers have been excellent for all of Norvell’s camps this summer, having seen more than 3,000 high school football players attend the camps. The camps have been loaded with prospects from the class of 2022, 2023, 2024 and 2025 and some have earned offers from the FSU staff.
Please see below a list of some of the prospects that have earned FSU offers so far this month.
LB/DE Trevion Williams (6-5, 250) – Crystal Springs (Miss.) High School
Williams picked up his offer after participating in FSU Elite Camps. The four-star prospect is ranked as the 13th-best ATH in the country for 2022. He is scheduled to take an official visit to Auburn this weekend. His list of offers includes Arizona State, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Tennessee and Virginia Tech.
WR Zachariah Branch (5-10, 172) – Las Vegas (Nev.) Bishop Gorman High School
Branch also has offers from Alabama, Auburn, Arizona State, LSU, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas A&M, USC, Utah and Washington. He is a four-star prospect who is rated as the 13th-best WR in his class.
S Amare Ferrell (6-1, 192) – Lake City (Fla.) Columbia High School
Ferrell picked up his FSU offer after participating in the Mega Camp, where he also was offered by Arkansas State and Middle Tennessee. The three-star prospect also has offers from Miami, Penn State, Pitt and Tennessee.
S Mikal Harrison-Pilot (6-0, 185) – Temple (Tex.) High School
Harrison-Pilot was offered by FSU last week. He has also picked up offers from Oklahoma State, Oregon, Michigan State, Miami, Tennessee, Texas and UCF since March. Harrison-Pilot is considered a four-star prospect and ranked as the 13th-best ATH in the class of 2023.
CB Vernon Glover Jr. (5-11, 170) – Dickinson (TX) High School
Glover participated in the Mega Camp, where he earned his FSU offer. He also has offers from Arkansas, Arizona State, Miami and Texas. He is considered a three-star prospect, who is ranked as the 40th-best overall prospect in Texas for 2023.
QB Sam Leavitt (6-1, 815) – Portland (OR) Westview High School
Leavitt was offered by FSU last week. It was his first Power 5 offer. He is ranked as the No. 21 QB prospect in the class of 2023.
QB Dante Moore (6-2, 195) – Detroit (Mich.) Martin Luther King High School
Moore was on-campus the FSU campus this past weekend when he picked up his offer. He has since picked up an offer from LSU. Auburn, Louisville, Maryland, Notre Dame, Oregon, Penn State and Tennessee have also offered Moore, who is rated as a four-star recruit and ranked the third-best QB prospect in his class.
TE Theodor Ohrstrom (6-6, 245) – Sweden
Ohrstrom took part in FSU’s Mega Camp where he landed his offer. He has since picked up offers from LSU, TAMU and Oklahoma. Alabama, Kansas State, Minnesota and UCF have all offered Ohrstrom since June 1st.
QB Kamari McClellan (6-2, 180) – Oxford (Ala.) High School
McClellan earned an offer while camping with FSU on Sunday. He was offered by Georgia Tech earlier this month.
DL D’antre Robinson (6-5, 280) – Orlando (Fla.) Jones High School
Robinson was offered by FSU after participating in the Mega camp. He has since been offered by Arizona State, Florida, Miami and Tennessee.
QB Davi Belfort (5-11, 165) – West Palm Beach (Fla.) Cardinal Newman High School
Other Offers: Alabama, Arizona State and FAU
QB Colin Hurley (6-0, 205) – Jacksonville (FL) Trinity Christian Academy
Hurley earned an offer from FSU after participating in the Mega Camp. He also has an offer from Ole Miss.
FSU offers reported by the individual prospects, prospect rating and position rankings courtesy of 247Sports.