Rebuilding a program starts from the ground up. To employ more football-specific terms, that means up front. Clemson is the overwhelming ACC favorite, in large part, because of its incredible talent up front.
To retake its spot atop the conference, Florida State must match the big bodies that the Tigers have landed, and it got some good news recently when the Seminoles were included in the top ten of elite OL prospect Darnell Wright— even if Clemson is there as well.
Wright (6’6, 320), of Huntington, West Virginia, is presently considered the No. 2 offensive tackle recruit in the country, the top player from his state, and the 9th best player in the nation for the class of 2019. He picked up his offer from FSU on February 20 but has not yet been on a visit to Tallahassee. At the moment, Ohio State leads the way in crystal-ball predictions regarding Wright’s commitment. Florida State does not currently have an OT committed to its 2019 recruiting class.