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Notes: FSU in top 3 for DE, top 7 for All-American Juco CB

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FSU got some good news Sunday concerning the recruitment of 2021 defensive end prospect Kyran Montgomery from Indianapolis (Ind.) Pike High School. Montgomery, 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds, posted on Twitter that the top three schools he is considering for his future college home consist of Florida State, Minnesota and Missouri.

Mike Norvell and his staff extended their offer to Montgomery at the end of June. He is also reported to have offers from Arizona State, Illinois, Indiana and Penn State.

Montgomery is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, which also has him ranked as the 30th-best weakside DE in the country and the 6th-best overall prospect in Indiana for the class of 2021. The rising senior was clear in his tweet that despite the fact he does have a top three, his recruitment is still wide open.

Norvell and company also got some good news concerning their recruitment of the top-rated cornerback in the country. De’Jahn Warren from Lackawanna Junior College in Pennsylvania announced that he is now considering just seven schools for his future college home and Florida State is on that list.

The other schools in Warren’s top seven are Alabama, Georgia, Maryland, Penn State, Oklahoma and Tennessee. 247Sports has the Maryland native rated as a four-star prospect and the best JUCO cornerback prospect in the county and the nation’s second-best overall JUCO prospect. Warren, 6-0 and 175 pounds, was named a JUCO All-American this past season.

Five Recruiting Analysts from 247Sports have Penn State as the leader in the battle to land the highly touted prospect.

Another 2021 prospect that FSU fans may have an interest in following is that of quarterback Shedeur Sanders, the son of Seminole great Deion Sanders. The younger Sanders, who is 6-2 and 200 pounds, has an offer from the Seminoles and confirmed via Twitter on Sunday afternoon that he will be announcing his commitment today at 7 p.m. eastern.

247Sports has Sanders rated as four-star prospect, the 14th-best pro-style quarterback in the country and the 34th-best overall prospect in the state of Texas for 2021. The major players involved in his recruitment heading into his announcement according to both 247Sports and SaturdaysDownSouth.com are Louisville, FAU and UCF. His list of offers includes Alabama, Arizona State, Florida, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan and Oregon.

As a junior Sanders through for close to 3,500 yards and 47 touchdowns at Cedar Hill (Tex.) Trinity Christian School.

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