After signing just one wide reciever in the class of 2016, Florida State football will look to increase their haul of playmakers in 2017. Already aboard is Jacksonville four-star D.J. Matthews, and on Saturday's Junior Day, fellow four-star Jerry Jeudy said his opinion of FSU rose after checking out the facilities and interacting with the likes of Derwin James and Jimbo Fisher.
Jeudy (6-1, 175) is considered the nation's No. 7 wideout and has an impressive offer list. In addition to Florida State, he also has offers from Alabama, Michigan, LSU, Florida, USC, Ohio State, Miami, Notre Dame, and Clemson, as well as many others. He's particularly interested in how he can fit in with prospective offenses, and has been well traveled in checking out programs across the country. Most feel Alabama is his favorite right now, but he communicated a lengthy list of schools out front for his services, and the Seminoles made the cut.