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Florida State Football, recruiting news: Keeping an eye on the Seminoles’ position needs

They’re looking to bring in at least three linebackers with the new class.

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Quarterback Deondre Francois overlooks the offense during Florida State’s game against the Florida Gators last Saturday.
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Even though Florida State will be returning eight linebackers in 2019, success recruiting the position is still crucial heading into next season. We break down what the Seminoles look like at the position, from current starters, to commits and offers.

The position group that certainly has everyone’s attention heading into the offseason is offensive line. FSU will be looking to sign at least four offensive lineman this recruiting cycle, as the position was one of the worst in the nation last season. So, how does the team look at the position moving forward? Glad you asked.

In case you missed it, here’s a complete breakdown of which Florida State players we think are staying and leaving this offseason.

The Seminoles will also be looking to solidify spots at the quarterback position this offseason, and although they’ve got a solid commit in Sam Howell, the team has only one offer to a QB still available.

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