The Florida State Seminoles have added another tight end to their class, this time via the JUCO route. Recently-offered Koby Gross, is the newest member of Tribe ‘21:
C O M M I T T E D— Koby Gross (@Koby13k) June 25, 2020
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Gross stands at 6’3 235 pounds and hails from California. He spent last season at Diablo Valley College. FSU is Gross’s first major offer, as he’s a relatively unknown commodity with very limited film. However, Mike Norvell and Co. have proven adept at scouting and finding underrated prospects, and Gross could be another (he’s currently unranked by the 247 Sports Composite List).
Gross is Florida State’s second tight end commit for the 2021 class, joining Jackson West, who committed at the beginning of June. Based on recent offers, we expect one more addition to the ‘21 TE class.
With Gabe Nabers graduating and Tre McKitty transferring to Georgia, Florida State’s tight end room was looking scarce with only two tight ends on scholarship. The ’Noles will get a boost this season from UCLA graduate transfer Jordan Wilson, and will use the recent additions of Gross and West, and likely one more high school TE, to flip the tight end room and make it a strength moving forward.