FSU got some good news out of the state of Oklahoma on the recruiting front on Tuesday.
Kendal Daniels, a safety prospect from Beggs (Okla.) High School, announced on Twitter that Florida State was among the top-12 involved in his recruitment.
Daniels, who is 6-foot-4 and 190 pounds, is one of the highest rated safeties in the nation for the class of 2021. He is considered a four-star recruit by 247Sports, which has also ranked him as the ninth-best safety prospect in the country.
The other schools in his top 12 are Texas A&M, Clemson, Alabama, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Baylor, Arkansas, Georgia and LSU.
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FSU coach Mike Norvell and his staff are also actively pursuing recruits for the class of 2022 (rising juniors) and extended at least two offers to prospects in that class on Tuesday.
Cristian Driver, a safety prospect from Argyle (TX) Liberty Christian High School, announced on Twitter that he has received an offer from the Seminoles.
Driver is also reported to have offers from Baylor, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Texas, TCU and Oklahoma among others. He is the son of former NFL wide receiver Donald Driver.
The rising junior is considered a four-star recruit by 247Sports, which also ranks him as the 14th best safety prospect in the country for 2022.
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Another rising junior, Mykel Williams, announced on Twitter that he has received an offer from the Seminoles.
Williams, 6-5 and 258 pounds, is a defensive end prospect from Columbus (Ga.) Hardaway High. His list of reported offers includes Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, LSU and South Carolina.
247Sports has Williams rated as a four-star recruit and they have him ranked as the 77th best overall prospect in the country for the class of 2022 and the eight-best strong-side defensive end in the country.
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