February began with Florida State football bringing in yet another elite recruiting class— and now, March has commenced with the Seminoles gaining a valuable verbal commitment to the class of 2019. The pledge came in the imposing form of defensive tackle Lloyd Murray, Jr., an as-of-yet unranked prospect from Wichita Falls (Tx.) Hirschi High School.
Murray (6’2, 300) also has offers from Notre Dame, Tennessee, and TCU, and has tweeted that he plans on visiting FSU on April the 8th. His lone visit, thus far, came a couple of weeks ago, when he made the trip to Norman, Oklahoma for OU’s Junior Day.
Murray’s commitment is the third of Florida State’s 2019 class, all of which is presently made up of defensive players: two strong-side defensive ends and now a DT. FSU’s 2019 class is currently ranked 8th, nationally.
The newest ’Nole made his commitment via Twitter— it’s included below, for your consideration.
Nole Blooded pic.twitter.com/WwCt0v5ejw— BIGTIME LLOYD⁵⁵ (@_TheLloydMurray) March 3, 2017