Florida State fired Willie Taggart on Sunday, and as in the aftermath of any firing or coaching change, recruits are sure to change their mind on previous commitments.
FSU only had two decommits prior to the firing, four-star safety Jalen Harrell and three-star defensive back Derek Bermudez, (though Bermudez did decommit Sunday before the firing of Taggart was announced.)
During a press conference Monday, acting athletic director David Coburn said that because of the early signing period (as well as other factors), hiring a coach as fast as possible is a priority.
As the Seminoles search for a new head coach, we’ll be updating a list below of all the players who have decommitted from #Tribe2020:
Four-star cornerback Isaiah Dunson announced his decommitment on Twitter Monday afternoon:
Respect my decision (no interviews).. pic.twitter.com/bVsVqk6eEK— Isaiah Dunson ⚡️ (@Freshrks) November 4, 2019
Four-star running back Jaylan Knighton of Deerfield Beach, who just committed to FSU in July, has re-opened his recruitment, saying FSU will still remain an option:
Another very talented player (at a position of need) keeping his options open:
2020 three-star defensive commit Morven Joseph of Lakeland, Florida announced on Twitter that he’s taking a visit to the University of Tennessee: