On Tuesday, the Florida State Seminoles made the cut for one elite offensive tackle’s final list, when Micah Morris announced FSU made his top 5. On Wednesday, another top offensive tackle, Amarius Mims, dropped his top 10 list, and FSU made the cut, once again:
and then there were 10‼️ @ChadSimmons_ @Keith247Sports @MattDeBary @KippLAdams @BrockVandagriff @CoachMac68 @CoachPatrick478 @CoachAAtkins @KennyDillingham @KirbySmartUGA @CoachEGordon @LincolnRiley @CoachAKwon @Hayesfawcett3 @CoachDanMullen @CoachJPruitt @CoachToddBates pic.twitter.com/5DGBZLeGR2— 〽️ I 〽️ S (@amarius_mims) April 1, 2020
Mims is a 5* instant-impact player who is considered one of the top offensive tackles in the nation. He is listed as the number one player in the state of Georgia and a prospect that every single college program would love to land. Mims, like Morris, plays his high school ball in Georgia. The home State Georgia Bulldogs have long been considered the favorite to land his services.
Mims is listed at 6’7, 315 pounds and would immediately challenge for a starting tackle spot in Tallahassee were he to commit to the Seminoles. Although FSU is not considered the favorite, OL Coach Alex Atkins continues to make serious waves on the recruiting trail. It’s good to see FSU at least being considered by top players.