FSU seems to have regained some momentum on the virtual recruiting trial over the last week with the addition of two commitments from four-star cornerback prospect Hunter Washington from Katy (TX) High School and three-star cornerback prospect Kevin Knowles from Hollywood (Fla.) McArthur High School.
Head coach Mike Norvell and staff received word Monday that Florida State is among the top seven schools highly coveted wide receiver prospect Isaiah Brevard is considering.
Brevard, who is 6-foot-4 and 200 pounds, announced the top schools involved in his recruitment Monday via Twitter. In addition to FSU, he has Oregon, Baylor, Texas A&M, Penn State, Missouri and Georgia among his favorites at this time.
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The Mississippi native attends Southaven High School and is rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports. The recruiting service also has Brevard ranked as the 121st-best overall prospect in the country, the 20th-best wide receiver prospect and the second-best overall prospect from his home state.
Class of 2021 OLB prospect Jordan Eubanks from Denton (TX) Guyer High School also announced Tuesday that FSU is among the top 6 schools currently involved in his recruitment.
“I like what they are doing at FSU,” said Eubanks when reached by the Osceola. “They’re really changing the tradition there.”
The other schools on that list are Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Pitt and Michigan State. Eubanks, 6-2 and 205 pounds, is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, which also has him ranked as the 85th-best OLB in country and the 191st-best overall prospect from Texas.
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Grad transfer to watch
Another name to keep an eye on as it pertains to the 2020 roster is that of SMU graduate transfer offensive lineman Braxton Webb. The 6-4 and 305-pound native of San Angelo, Texas, announced he was entering the transfer portal on Monday and the Osceola can confirm that the FSU staff was planning to evaluate Webb. It is not known at this time if the Seminoles will extend an offer to Webb, who appeared in just three games last season and five over the last three seasons.