Florida State’s first 2020 Junior Day has received nice attendance, and now it can claim a commitment as well. Joshua Farmer, a class-of-2021 weak-side defensive end, has pledged his services to the Seminoles.
Farmer (6’3, 250) attends Gadsden County High School in nearby Apalachicola, Florida and is from Havana, FL. He doesn’t have any player rankings yet, but he does also have offers from Texas A&M, Nebraska, Maryland, Southern Miss, FIU, Kent State, Liberty, and Bethune-Cookman.
This makes three commitments for Florida State’s 2021 class, as Farmer joins inside linebacker Dequaveon Fuller and running back KeyShawn Spencer, both three-star prospects. FSU’s 2021 class is now ranked seventh in the ACC and 32nd in the country. But that could really improve during/after this weekend, as early returns from Tallahassee seem to be quite promising for the ’Noles.
Here’s Farmer’s highlight reel (we’ll add a scouting report soon):
Farmer took to Twitter to announce his commitment, and his Tweet is included below.
Extremely blessed to say I have committed to FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY @Coach2Bless @Coreyfuller4 @FSUCoachJP @Coach_Norvell @successathletic @247Sports pic.twitter.com/R9DviyJQvf— Joshua Farmer (@colaboy_j5) January 25, 2020