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Florida State football recruiting: High school roundup

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Dawsey lands another and Running backs dominate in this week's recap of FSU commits and targets in action.

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Another week, another commit for Florida State. This time, it was 4-star WR George Campbell. Read up on all the information on Campbell's commitment to FSU in our previous article. WR coach Lawrence Dawsey gets a lot of credit in landing Campbell's commit.

This week's commits and targets in action:

Johnny Frasier and Princeton beat North Edgecombe, 43-14. Frasier was particularly dominant scoring 4 of his 5 touchdowns in the first half.

Jacques Patrick and Timber Creek crushed Boone, 50-20. Patrick ended up with 305 yards and 5 touchdowns in just 3 quarters of play.

Nyqwan Murray and Oak Ridge won easily against Gateway, 36-0. Murray added his 4th touchdown of the year on a 53-yard TD catch.

AJ Westbrook and Mainland smash Spruce, 42-0. Westbrook had a fumble recovery in the victory.

DeAndre Johnson and First Coast win against Fletcher, 18-6. Johnson was 18 of 28 for 181 yards. He had a 44 yard TD run, an INT and a TD pass. It was career TD pass number 89 for Johnson.

Deondre Francois and IMG Academy came on in the second half to beat Prestonwood, 69-36. Francois ended up 8 or 13 for 178 yards with 4 touchdown passes.

Keith Gavin and Wakulla lost in overtime to Navarre, 42-41. Gavin had touchdown catches of 27 yard and 5 yards.

Da'Vante Phillips and Central lost a close one to Booker T, 21-20. Phillips with a 33 yard touchdown catch.

Auden Tate and Wharton fell to Plant City, 20-7. Tate did have a 48 yard touchdown reception in the game.

Derwin James and Haines City shut down Liberty, 12-0. The James led defense held Liberty to only 97 total yards. James caused a fumble and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown.

There were no other specific stats for any of the other recruits. If you know of any or were at any of the games and want to give some input, we welcome the info in the comments.