Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles football program added another piece to its 2022 recruiting class when Travis Hunter, out of Suwanee, Georgia, announced his commitment:
Hunter visited Florida State’s campus on Monday and met with the staff. When Hunter first received an offer from FSU in November of 2019, he referred to Florida State as his “dream school”:
Blessed to say I have receive (an) offer from my dream school❤️Florida State University GO NOLES @odellhaggins @FSUFootball @FSUNews @CoachEarl_ @GregoryLenny @RecruitGeorgia @ChadSimmons_ @Frfountain2002 pic.twitter.com/73ZHm6mvjO— Travis Hunter (@TravisHunterJr) November 21, 2019
Hunter is listed at 6’0, 155 pounds and is currently ranked as an athlete, although he projects to play cornerback and wide receiver at the college level. Hunter is currently unranked, but that is bound to change, as he has amazing potential. He also has offers from the Florida Gators, Oklahoma Sooners, Michigan Wolverines, and North Carolina Tar Heels.
Defensive backs coach Marcus Woodson deserves credit for leading Hunter’s recruitment and ultimately landing the talented athlete.
Hunter joins quarterback Chad Mascoe to make up FSU’s current 2022 class after Melvin Jordan de-committed Monday night.