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Florida State football recruiting updates from Under Armour check-in

Live (and free, as always) Florida State recruiting updates from the Under Armour All-America week.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- I'm here at the Under Armour All-America check-in, speaking with the top college football players in the country. I'll be posting informal updates from many of the top recruits in the country, and following up with full feature interviews.

-I feel good about FSU's chances with Brandon Burton, the four-star safety out of California. He believes FSU is sincere in telling him it will play him at both receiver and safety. UCLA is the main competition. Interview here.

-Keith Gavin is down to Alabama and Florida State, and FSU will receive the last visit for the four-star receiver from Crawfordville. Full interview here.

-Top QB recruit Malik Henry is enrolling early and leading the charge for the class. The Cali superstar discusses recruiting Keith Gavin, Nate Craig-Myers, Trayvon Mullen, Dontavious Jackson, Brandon Burton and others here. Video is above.

-Landon Dickerson said that if he had to buy two hats for his signing day ceremony, that he'd buy Tennessee and Florida State, and that his best relationship is with Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett. Dickerson visited in October and FSU has a good shot at the four-star tackle from North Carolina.

-Shavar Manuel will officially visit Florida State and Florida, and perhaps USF. He says his best relationship is with the Florida schools, and I think Florida has the best shot. He has already visited LSU. VIDEO here.

-Four-star cornerback Carlos Becker said that if he had to decide today, N.C. State and Florida State would be on the table.

-Four-star cornerback Jayvaughn Myers does not plan to visit Florida State or Florida, having already seen the in-state schools. Neither does his half-brother Nate Craig-Myers. Both will be checking out some out-of-state schools. I'm not going to say that FSU is out, but the two did not speak all that positively about the pair.

-Dontavious Jackson, a four-star linebacker from Houston says that he will take a return trip to Florida State on his own dime with his mother. Texas and Michigan are also major players here. Video here.

-Baveon Johnson, the four-star center from Lake Gibson discusses his FSU recruitment in this hilarious video.

-Jauan Williams, the four-star offensive tackle from DC says that Florida State leads and that his mom prefers FSU as well. Video here.

-Levonta Taylor is ready to become FSU's starting punt returner.