Florida State took just one tight end in the 2015 class on National Signing Day: Jalen Wilkerson of Douglas (Ga.) Coffee County. Wilkerson, a three-star tight end, is one of the top 20 in the nation. Wilkerson is athletic, but is unlikely to be an instant-impact player, as his receiving needs considerable work. Tight end is a tough position to learn as a freshman, due to dual blocking and route running requirements.
Florida State lost tight ends Nick O'Leary and Kevin Haplea to graduation, but returns three other scholarship tight ends.
FSU didn't take a second tight end in this class, as the Seminoles recently landed Isaac Nauta (Bradenton's IMG Academy, formerly of Buford, Ga.) for the class of 2016. Nauta is currently the best tight end prospect in the class of '16 and is a freak. He is better right now as a junior than Wilkerson was as a senior and is the type of player who, if he could somehow skip his senior year of high school, would likely see the field for FSU in 2015.