Florida State has already had a ridiculously successful recruiting camp, landing four elite commitments in as many days. Saturday, it hosts a camp for linemen and a 7-on-7 tournament. Tomahawk Nation is on scene with updates.
-The nation's No. 1 defensive tackle, Marvin Wilson of Houston Episcopal arrived and is working out. He'll be staying for three days. Also arriving are FSU's four-star defensive tackle duo of Ja'Len Parks and Corey Durden, who are all-FSU and are working hard to land Wilson and form a trio. They told us of their plans in April. That Wilson is getting to work out with his potential two future line mates is a big deal for FSU's chances. He's also being coached by several folks with a lot of NFL experience.
Another look at Parks, Durden, and Wilson. These guys can move. pic.twitter.com/uGUKHfAZML— David Visser (@DavidBVisser) June 18, 2016
More Locklear success: pic.twitter.com/vEXJB8jvhD— David Visser (@DavidBVisser) June 18, 2016
-FSU offered 2020 QB Max Johnson, the son of former FSU and NFL QB Brad Johnson after a good camp performance.
-FSU OL target Riley Locklear is also here from West Virginia and working out with Rick Trickett.
-We are on commitment watch for several players, both at the big man camp and the 7-on-7. They include Justin Watkins (2018 ATH), Jashawn Sheffield (2019 ATH) and Locklear. Update: Watkins has committed.
-More updates to come.