National Signing Day for the recruiting class of 2021 has come and gone and FSU coach Mike Norvell and staff are back to the business of building their future recruiting classes. The Seminoles continued to extend offers to prospects on Thursday and got some good news as it pertains to the recruitment of one FSU legacy in the class of 2022.
2022 offers and updates
OT Julian Armella (6-6, 300) – Miami Columbus HS
Armella is one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the country for this recruiting cycle and the son of former FSU defensive lineman Enzo Armella, who played for coach Bobby Bowden from 1991-94. On Thursday the younger Armella narrowed his list of prospective schools to seven and that list included FSU. Alabama, Miami, LSU, Ohio State, Florida and Clemson are the other schools involved. Armella is rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports, which also ranks him as the 14th-best offensive in the country for 2022 and the 18th-best overall prospect in Florida.
To view Armella’s HUDL highlights please click on the link below.
DT Patrick Kutas (6-5, 284)-Memphis (Tenn.) Christian Brothers HS
Kutas announced his FSU via Twitter on Wednesday. He is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, which also ranks him as the 38th-best defensive tackle prospect in the country for 2022 and the 20th-best overall prospect from Tennessee. Kutas is reported to have over a dozen and that list of schools includes Arizona State, Mississippi State, Illinois, Coastal Carolina, Memphis, Oregon, Tennessee and Virginia.
To view Kutas’ HUDL highlights please click on the link below.
OT Devin Forrester (6-4, 280)-Buford (Ga.) HS
TE King Edwards-Buford (Ga.) HS
ATH Kameron Davis-Albany (Ga.) Dougherty HS
All three rising sophomores reported their offers via social media on Thursday.