Florida State cleaned up along the offensive line on National Signing Day 2014, bringing in seven fantastic offensive linemen, and it has brought in four more on National Signing Day 2015.
One member, Ethan Frith, of Mississippi, was recruited in the 2014 class, but delayed his enrollment due to shoulder surgery). Frith, at 6'6" and 300 pounds, profiles as an offensive tackle. He is enrolled and taking part in weight training.
The Seminoles also signed three high schoolers in Abdul Bello (Montverde Academy), Cole Minshew (Georgia Coffee County), and David Robbins (Glenelg, MD). Bello is extremely athletic but raw, having played very limited football after coming to America from Nigeria. He is a four-star recruit and chose Florida State over offers from all the major programs in the Southeast and is considered one of the top five offensive tackle recruits in the country.
Minshew is a monster guard prospect at 6'4 and 350 pounds, but is not sloppy for that size and doesn't turn 18 until April. Florida State sources believe they have an absolute steal of a line prospect and that Georgia has to be kicking itself for not offering earlier. He is rated as one of the top 35 guards in the country and is a three-star recruit.
Robbins is a promising prospect at center or guard who Florida State measured in at 6'4", 315 with 11" hands who doesn't turn 18 until June. He is rated a three-star recruit and as one of the top 40 guards in the country.
This is an extremely underrated group of offensive linemen and one that should have Florida State Seminoles fans very happy. Our sources indicate that the coaching staff is over the moon with this group. What a change from just a few years ago when Florida State was struggling to fill out a depth chart of linemen.