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Brenen Thompson says Florida State offer was “amazing”

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Brenen Thompson is a 5’10 165 pound athlete from Spearman, Texas.

The Class of 2022 prospect attends Spearman High School and has a 90 rating (4*) from 247 Sports. They rank him 239th nationally (26th best athlete and 28th best player in Texas).

In his profile, he claims to run a 10.18 100 meters:

Thompson has offers from Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Baylor, Michigan, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Ole Miss, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, and Virginia Tech, among others.

He’s committed to the Under Armour All-American Game:

In April, he was offered by Florida State:

TN caught up with Thompson after the offer to learn more:

How’d you receive the Florida State offer, and what’d it mean to you?

“I got on the phone with Coach Dugans, and we talked, then he offered me. It was definitely an amazing offer!”

What was the conversation like?

“We talked about where they wanted me to play and then just kind of got to know each other a little bit.”

What’s their vision for you?

“Having the ability to play many positions—they just mentioned whatever is most comfortable.”

How would you describe your game?

“Very versatile and fast.”

What player(s) do you look up to/model your game after?

Keenan Allen and De’Anthony Thomas.”

So...you see yourself as a WR.

“Yes, sir—I like to score touchdowns and make big plays.”

Do you plan to visit FSU when the Dead Period is over?

“Hopefully I’m able to get to as many visits as possible—my family and [I] are still getting things together.”

What are the biggest things you’re looking for in a school?

“A good program with [an] amazing setting: good teammates, coaches, and an amazing academic program!”

Any idea what you want to study in school?

“Kinesiology/sports medicine.”

Cool—why would you choose those?

“I just love anatomy and exercise.”

And when do you hope to have a final decision on college?

“Hopefully after my junior season—depends on when I’m able to get on some visits.”