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Florida State football, recruiting news: Four-star running back ready to commit

FSU takes on Michigan in the winner’s bracket of the CWS

Cam Akers


Four-star running Jaylan Knighton is one of FSU’s top targets and he’s ready to decide.

An important portion of his time at FSU was his talk with head coach Willie Taggart. The two spoke on things that would matter if Knighton were to join him in Tallahassee.

“It’s just good talking with coach Taggart. We just talk about me coming here, me knowing what we’ll get done. Different things, school, football, things you could do out of school, what I’m majoring in, things like that.”

Now with another Florida State visit in the books, Knighton has made a change in his decision timeline. A change that he says will have him committing to a school within a week or so.

“When I get back from Ohio State next week,” he said of when he is committing.

FSU is in a good position here.

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