Marcus Fleming is from Miami. He committed to Miami. But he’s not going to wind up at Miami.
Fleming, a four-star receiver from Northwestern High School, released his top five last night, and the Hurricanes, from whom he decommitted on November 18, did not make the cut. Florida State did, along with Nebraska, Maryland, Georgia, and Florida.
A 2020 prospect, Fleming (5’ 9.5”, 160) will sign his letter of intent to one of those schools during December’s Early Signing Period. He’s the nation’s No. 42 WR, as well as the No. 42 player from the state of Florida. Fleming is the nation’s 253rd best player, overall, in his class.
The Seminoles offered Fleming on January 5, 2019, and got him on campus for camp in July. He’s an absolute burner, a state champion in both the 100 (10.62) and 200 (21.01).
In addition to his finalists and Miami, Fleming also has offers from Penn State, Oregon, Arkansas, and Tennessee, in addition to several other schools. He’s being recruited to FSU by Telly Lockette and Ron Dugans.
Fleming’s highlights are included below, under his tweet.