Recruiting: FSU offers another grad transfer OL, two more ’21 prospects

FSU coach Mike Norvell and his staff have offered another graduate transfer offensive lineman and several prospects for the 2021 and 2022 recruiting for the classes over the last two days. That list includes at least two prospects for the current recruiting class the Seminoles are putting together.

2020 Prospects

Sources have told the Osceola that Northern Illinois graduate transfer offensive lineman CJ Perez, who is 6-foot-1 and 287 pounds has been offered by the Seminoles. Perez started 20 games for the Huskies over the last two seasons, including 11 at left guard in 2018. The Shawnee, Kan., native was an all-state tight end coming out of high school. Perez attended Butler (Kan.) JC before signing with NIU.

2021 Prospects

Defensive end Khristian Zachary from Carrollton (Ga.) High School announced that he received an offer from the Seminoles. The 6-3 and 245-pound rising senior has reportedly also picked up offers from Penn State, Arizona State, Florida, Georgia and Georgia Tech among others. Zachary is rated as a three-star prospect by 247Sports, which also has him ranked as the 23rd-best WDE in the country and the 32nd-best overall prospect from Georgia.

Please click on the link below to view Zachary’s HUDL highlights:


Tight end prospect Jackson West from Huntsville (Ala.) High School. The 6-4 and 231-pound rising senior was reported to have received an offer from FSU on Wednesday night. West would be considered an under-the-radar prospect. He is currently not rated and unranked by both 247Sports and Rivals. The list of schools to have also offered West include USF, TCU, Pitt, Purdue, Memphis, Duke and Air Force. This past season West caught 23 passes for 411 yards and was also credited with 19 “pancake” blocks.

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2022 Prospects

Jai-Ayviauynn Celestine from Miami Northwestern High School also reported via social media that he has received an offer from FSU. 247Sports lists the 5-8 and 160-pound rising junior as an athlete. He is currently unrated and unranked by the recruiting service.

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