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Blue-chip defensive back Isaiah Bolden signs with Florida State

The Seminoles land this talented defender for the second time.

Isaiah Bolden
Bartram Trail rising junior Isaiah Bolden seeks a crease on a kickoff return during a spring football scrimmage on Monday, May 23, 2016. The Bears won 29-22 over Clay High School.
Will Brown/St. Augustine Record.

In December, four-star defensive back Isaiah Bolden announced that he has committed to Florida State, flipping from Oregon. The 6’2 175 lb. Zephyrhills (Fla.) Wesley Chapel product had originally committed to Florida State before flipping in April to Oregon. Bolden then decommitted from Oregon to follow head coach Willie Taggart back to Florida State.

The talented cornerback is ranked No. 231 nationally, No. 43 in Florida, and No. 25 among cornerbacks according to 247 composite rankings. Bolden visited Florida State for camp this past summer and then again on December 15th for his official visit.

Bolden had offers from 28 different schools including powerhouses such as Clemson, Auburn, Georgia, Oklahoma and Ohio State. The cornerback had 74 tackles last season, his senior year at Wesley Chapel, with three sacks and one interception according to MaxPreps.

Of course, Wednesday is National Signing Day, so we’ll see who else FSU can add to its roster— our predictions are right here: