Some signing ceremonies can affect your heart rate. Delays, misdirection, fake reveals— there are many ways to keep college football fans on edge before finally revealing one’s destination. And then there are the pulse-friendly variety.
Florida State offensive line commit Zane Herring chose the latter, announcing for FSU at a school ceremony yesterday and then putting pen to paper to become a ’Nole, officially, today. No drama necessary.
Zane Herring just planted his spear! He's with the #NoleFam. pic.twitter.com/yWhafO838d— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) December 18, 2019
Herring (6’5, 300) is a three-star lineman from Madison, Florida who attended Junior Day last year and was offered by the Seminoles shortly thereafter. He committed to Florida State this March and has stopped by campus on several occasions.
Herring stuck with his commitment to FSU despite the recent departure of OL coach Randy Clements and provides depth at a key position of need for the ’Noles. He chose Florida State over offers from Nebraska, Virginia, Tennessee, Pitt, Georgia Tech, and UCF, among other programs.
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