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Florida State of Recruiting: Breaking down #Tribe24 — Favorite signees, player projections, biggest misses

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Florida State has the No. 9 ranked class in the 247Sports Composite Rankings, while ranking No. 11 in the On3 Industry Rankings.

Although many wanted to act like the sky was falling for FSU on National Signing Day, on the whole, the Noles had a really solid class with a blue-chip ratio of 68% according to 247Sports and 59% according to On3.

However, there were two major flips on the day: five-star safety KJ Bolden to the Georgia Bulldogs (fairly unexpected) and five-star defensive lineman Armondo Blount to the Miami Hurricanes (100% expected) — echoing a trend that we’ve seen two years prior of high-profile flips (Travis Hunter and Keldric Faulk) when it’s time to seal the deal.

In the latest episode of the Florida State of Recruiting, the Three Stars break down overall thoughts on the class, as well as:

  • Favorite offensive and defensive players
  • Who has the highest NFL potential
  • Which overlooked player fans should get familiar with
  • Who sees the field the quickest

Listen below, as well as on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to your shows.


2023 Florida State signees: Early Signing Period

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as nation’s No. 6 athlete and as No. 24 overall prospect from Florida by On3…rated as No. 8 athlete prospect in America and No. 27 prospect in Florida on On3 Industry Ranking…ranked as nation’s 14th-best athlete and No. 27 overall in Florida by 247Sports…ranked 14th among nation’s athletes and 29th overall in Florida by ESPN…No. 197 in ESPN300…limited to five games his senior season…averaged 8.6 yards per carry and 102.0 rushing yards per game with eight touchdowns with another 204 yards and two touchdowns on eight receptions and 86 yards on four kickoff returns…totaled 2,134 all-purpose yards while leading Florida High to FHSAA 2S state championship game in 2022…rushed for 1,809 yards and 17 touchdowns, averaging 9.5 yards per carry and 120.6 yards per game…also added 100 yards and one touchdown on eight receptions and 225 yards and one touchdown on 10 punt returns…played in 12 games his sophomore year, tallying 700 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns…also competed in track and field…Won 400-meter dash and earned silver in 200 at 2023 USATF National Junior Olympics…FHSAA 2A state champion in 200 and 400 in 2023…also finished third in long jump at state championships…finished fourth in 200 and 400 at state championship meet as sophomore…boasts personal-bests of 10.61 seconds in 100, 21.07 in 200, 46.11 in 400 and 22-10 in long jump.

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as No. 1 prospect from Maryland, No. 19 wide receiver nationally and No. 104 overall in Class of 2024 by On3…ranked No. 2 in state, No. 22 among wide receivers nationally and No. 98 overall in Class of 2024 by Rivals…rated as No. 6 prospect from Maryland and No. 28 wide receiver prospect nationally on 247Sports Composite…ranked 10th in state and 17th nationally at his position by ESPN…led Falcons to 2023 Maryland High School Football WCAC title behind 10-1 record…totaled 372 yards and five touchdowns on 23 receptions in six games his junior year as Good Counsel won eight games and advanced to state playoffs.

Consensus four-star prospect…rated as nation’s No. 3 cornerback, No. 39 overall prospect and No. 7 prospect from Florida on 247Sports Composite…ranked as No. 4 cornerback nationally by On3 and No. 11 overall prospect in Florida by On3…ranked 10th in Florida by Rivals…No. 36 in ESPN300…tabbed as nation’s No. 5 cornerback and Florida’s No. 9 prospect in Class of 2024 by ESPN…transferred to Venice for senior season and helped Indians to district title, appearance in 4S state championship game and 12-3 overall record…tallied 50 tackles and added three interceptions, seven pass breakups and one blocked field goal…began prep career at Riverview High School…played offense and defense for Sharks…tallied 20 tackles and two interceptions while adding 41 receptions for 420 yards and five touchdowns and 112 yards and one touchdown on 28 rushes in junior season…registered 21 tackles and added 19 catches for 298 yards and five touchdowns during sophomore campaign.

Consensus four-star and top-20 national cornerback prospect…rated No. 87 overall nationally, No. 8 cornerback prospect in America and No. 14 overall prospect from Florida in 247Sports Composite…ranked 10th at his position nationally, 12th overall in Florida and 76th among all Class of 2024 prospects by Rivals…ranked 148th on ESPN300…three-year letterman and two-way athlete at Edgewater…made 26 tackles, grabbed seven interceptions with 13 passes defended and caught 36 passes for 621 yards with four touchdowns…registered 23 tackles and three interceptions with nine passes defended his senior year to help Edgewater reach 11 wins and regional semifinal round of 3M state playoffs…grabbed four interceptions and had four passes defended while adding 17 receptions for 241 yards and one touchdown during junior season when Eagles advanced to regional final of state playoffs…made 17 catches for 363 yards and three touchdowns as sophomore, helping Edgewater to regional semifinal round of 7A state playoffs…also competed in basketball and track and field for Edgewater.

Four-star prospect…ranked as No. 9 athlete and No. 33 overall prospect from Georgia by Rivals…rated as No. 22 athlete prospect in America and No. 47 overall from Georgia on 247Sports Composite…ranked 49th in Georgia by ESPN and No. 50 by On3…four-year letterwinner playing offense and defense at Wilcox County…helped Patriots reach Class A Division II state playoffs and earned all-region honors his senior season…led Wilcox County to quarterfinal round of state playoffs his junior year…earned first-team all-region accolades in 2021 as Patriots advanced to semifinal round of A Public state playoffs…also played baseball at Wilcox County and initially committed to Tennessee’s baseball program…hit .472 with eight home runs, 34 RBI, 36 runs scored and 18 stolen bases his junior season…also made seven pitching appearances, posting 3-0 record and 3.82 ERA with 19 strikeouts to help Patriots reach quarterfinal round of Class A Division II state tournament.

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as No. 7 cornerback prospect in Class of 2024, No. 14 overall prospect from Florida and No. 93 in America by 247Sports…rated 12th nationally among cornerbacks and 19th in Florida by ESPN…120th in ESPN300…ranked 14th nationally at his position, 13th overall in Florida and 99th in America by On3…named to 2024 All-American Bowl…registered 50 tackles, 10.0 for loss with 1.0 sack, two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery and one interception while helping Norland to 14-1 final record appearance in 2023 2M state championship game…amassed 50 tackles including 10.0 for loss as a senior…forced two fumbles and recovered one and added an interception…blocked one punt…played for Hialeah Westland his sophomore and junior seasons…recorded 33 tackles, 15 pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one interception during junior year…also returned punt for touchdown…helped Wildcats to GMAC Indecent Championship Game in 2021 behind 44 tackles, 3.0 for loss, two interceptions and one forced fumble…also rank track at Norland…finished seventh in 400-meter dash at 2023 3A state championships.

Four-star prospect…ranked as No. 6 athlete in Class of 2024 and No. 18 overall prospect in Florida by 247Sports…ranked 19th in Florida and 28th among nation’s wide receiver prospects by Rivals…No. 272 in ESPN 300…two-time Nat Moore Trophy finalist…caught 27 passes for 616 yards and seven touchdowns in senior season as Miami Central advanced to regional final of 2M state playoffs…helped Rockets win 2M state championship with perfect 14-0 record his junior year…made 20 catches for 491 yards and three touchdowns and had nine tackles with five pass breakups during state title campaign…played both sides of ball for Avant Garde during sophomore year, catching 21 passes for 402 yards and seven touchdowns and adding 25 tackles, five interceptions and three forced fumbles…also returned punt for touchdown.

Four-star prospect…rated No. 4 nationally among interior linemen and No. 18 overall in Florida by 247sports Composite…ranked as nation’s No. 6 offensive tackle prospect and state of Florida’s 10th-best recruit by On3…rated No. 7 offensive tackle prospect nationally and No. 11 overall prospect from Florida by ESPN…ranked 67th in the ESPN300…Under Armour All-American…two-way player at Pine Forest…helped Eagles to FHSAA 3S playoffs in 2023…led defense with 7.5 sacks and forced two fumbles while anchoring offensive unit that averaged 8.6 yards per carry…helped Pine Forest to 10-1 record and state semifinal appearance his junior year…blocked for offense that produced 2,596 rushing yards and averaged 8.2 yards per carry…started at right tackle during sophomore campaign, helping Eagles advance to 6A state championship game and finish with 12-2 record…blocked for offense that rushed for 3,707 yards to average 264.8 yards per game.

Four-star prospect and consensus top-100 receiver nationally…ranked as Florida’s No. 36 prospect in Class of 2024 and 37th among receivers nationally by ESPN…No. 273 on ESPN300…rated as nation’s No. 67 receiver prospect and No. 57 overall prospect from Florida on 247Sports Composite…grabbed 33 receptions for 456 yards and five touchdowns his senior season as Columbia won district title…caught 27 passes for 538 yards and five touchdowns as junior to help Tigers reach semifinal round of 3S state playoffs…played first two seasons at Suwannee…had 600 yards and four touchdowns during sophomore season…participated in FBU Freshman All-America Bowl after catching 25 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns on 5A state playoff team…also highly-recruited baseball prospect…boasted batting average of .340 with 19 RBI, 27 runs scored and 19 stolen bases his sophomore year to help Suwannee reach 4A state semifinal game…father Matt Frier was team captain on FSU’s 1993 national championship team…uncle Todd played defensive back on FSU’s 1999 national championship team.

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as nation’s No. 1 tight end prospect and No. 8 overall in Georgia by ESPN…No. 49 in ESPN300…ranked No. 4 nationally at his position and No. 11 overall from Georgia by Rivals…rated as No. 5 tight end in Class of 2024, No. 11 overall in state of Georgia and No. 64 nationally on 247Sports Composite…ranked No. 9 among tight ends, No. 14 overall from Georgia and No. 120 in Class of 2024 by On3…selected to play in All-American Bowl…2023 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11…amassed 1,917 yards and 21 touchdowns on 114 catches at Colquitt County…grabbed 35 catches for 551 yards and six touchdowns as senior helping Packers to 12-1 record and quarterfinal appearance in 7A state playoffs…secured MaxPreps Junior All-America second-team accolades in 2022 after grabbing 44 receptions for 753 yards and eight touchdowns while adding five rushing touchdowns as Colquitt County reached semifinal round of state playoffs and finished season 13-1…caught 31 passes for 516 yards and seven touchdowns to earn all-region honors during sophomore campaign…named MaxPreps Freshman All-American after catching eight passes for 97 yards and one touchdown on state quarterfinal team.

Consensus three-star prospect…ranked 43rd among interior offensive linemen in Class of 2024 and No. 87 among recruits in Florida by On3…rated as No. 48 interior offensive lineman prospect and No. 97 overall recruit from Florida on 247Sports Composite…helped Oviedo to 8-3 record, second straight district title and 3M state playoffs appearance in 2023… scored touchdown on a four-yard carry…blocked for offense that rushed for 2,210 yards and 22 touchdowns averaging 8.2 yards per carry and 200.9 per game…protected as Lions passed for 3,014 yards and 39 touchdowns and averaged 39.6 points per game and 474.9 yards per game…started as junior at left tackle and helped Lions to district crown and into regional semifinal round of 3M state playoffs…offense rushed for 2,075 yards and 26 touchdowns averaging 172.9 yards per game…protected for offense that passed for 2,299 yards 27 touchdowns averaging 191.6 yards per game while scoring 32.4 points per game and averaged 364.5 yards of total offense per game his sophomore year…also was thrower on Oviedo track and field team.

Four-star prospect…ranked as No. 2 overall prospect from Washington, D.C., and No. 22 edge recruit in America by On3…rated as No. 2 recruit in D.C. and No. 38 defensive lineman nationally on 247Sports Composite…also ranked as No. 2 prospect from D.C. by Rivals and ESPN…tabbed as nation’s No. 25 strongside defensive end by Rivals and as No. 35 defensive end nationally by ESPN…No. 297 in ESPN300…recorded 19 tackles, 8.0 for loss with 3.0 sacks, with one interception and also caught two touchdown passes his senior year to help Gonzaga reach semifinal round of WCAC playoffs…made 21 tackles, 8.0 for loss with 2.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and one interception for playoff team during junior season.

Consensus four-star…rated No. 3 quarterback and No. 30 overall prospect in America and No. 4 prospect from Georgia by On3…ranked as nation’s No. 4 quarterback, No. 33 prospect nationally and as No. 6 overall prospect from Georgia by 247Sports…tabbed as No. 7 quarterback in America by Rivals and No. 8 at his position by ESPN…ranked 159th on ESPN300…responsible for nearly 7,000 yards and 73 touchdowns during three seasons at Benedictine…selected for 2024 All-American Bowl…made Elite 11 Finals in 2023…accounted for 3,136 yards and 31 touchdowns during senior year, passing for 2,578 with 24 touchdowns and rushing for 588 yards and seven scores…was 168-of-267 passing, completing 62.9 percent of his passes, with only two interceptions…led Cadets to second straight AAAA state championship behind 13-2 overall record his junior year and to semifinal round of state playoffs and 13-1 final record in senior season…was 171-of-263 passing for 2,576 yards with 27 touchdowns and only three interceptions during junior year…added 453 yards and seven touchdowns rushing…played multiple positions in first varsity season to help Cadets win 2021 state championship…rushed for 186 yards and five touchdowns, caught 25 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns and added 61 tackles and one interception playing safety…also played basketball at Benedictine.

Four-star prospect…rated as No. 22 athlete in Class of 2024 and No. 54 overall prospect from Florida on 247Sports Composite…ranked as nation’s No. 21 cornerback prospect and Florida’s 25th-best overall recruit by Rivals…helped Cardinal Newman to second round of 1M state playoffs…registered 18 tackles including 1.0 for loss and one interception with 70-yard touchdown catch during senior season…spent three years at The Benjamin School, where he tallied 47 tackles and one interception…contributed 33 tackles during junior year and added four catches for 92 yards on offense…helped Buccaneers to regional final round of 2021 3A state playoffs behind 8-4 record…also ran track at Cardinal Newman.

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as No. 3 running back prospect in America and No. 8 overall prospect from Georgia by Rivals…rated No. 3 nationally at his position, No. 12 in Georgia and No. 68 overall nationally on 247Sports Composite…ranked as nation’s No. 3 running back prospect and Georgia’s No. 9 overall prospect by ESPN…No. 52 in ESPN300…selected to play in the 2024 Under Armour All-America game…played quarterback at Dougherty where he accounted for 8,762 yards of total offense and 75 touchdowns during his prep career…limited to three games in senior season and averaged 8.9 yards per carry and 14.9 yards per completion with five total touchdowns…named 2022 Georgia AAA Player of the Year after leading Trojans to 9-3 record and second round of state playoffs…passed for 2,736 yards and 20 touchdowns while adding 1,115 yards and 13 touchdowns rushing…also topped 3,000 total offense yards his sophomore season, passing for 1,787 yards and 13 touchdowns and rushing for 1,363 yards and 16 scores while leading Dougherty to quarterfinal round of AAAA state playoffs…played in five varsity games as freshman, averaging 110.8 rushing yards per game with five touchdowns and passing for 649 yards and three touchdowns…two-time Albany Herald Fantastic Fifteen honoree for outstanding achievement in athletics and carrying 4.0 GPA…named to Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11 list…voted best player in Class AAA by Georgia High School Football Daily twice…also ran track and played baseball for Trojans.

Consensus three-star prospect…ranked 43rd among interior offensive linemen in Class of 2024 and No. 87 among recruits in Florida by On3…rated as No. 48 interior offensive lineman prospect and No. 97 overall recruit from Florida on 247Sports Composite…helped Oviedo to 8-3 record, second straight district title and 3M state playoffs appearance in 2023… scored touchdown on a four-yard carry…blocked for offense that rushed for 2,210 yards and 22 touchdowns averaging 8.2 yards per carry and 200.9 per game…protected as Lions passed for 3,014 yards and 39 touchdowns and averaged 39.6 points per game and 474.9 yards per game…started as junior at left tackle and helped Lions to district crown and into regional semifinal round of 3M state playoffs…offense rushed for 2,075 yards and 26 touchdowns averaging 172.9 yards per game…protected for offense that passed for 2,299 yards 27 touchdowns averaging 191.6 yards per game while scoring 32.4 points per game and averaged 364.5 yards of total offense per game his sophomore year…also was thrower on Oviedo track and field team.

Four-star prospect…ranked as No. 9 athlete and No. 33 overall prospect from Georgia by Rivals…rated as No. 22 athlete prospect in America and No. 47 overall from Georgia on 247Sports Composite…ranked 49th in Georgia by ESPN and No. 50 by On3…four-year letterwinner playing offense and defense at Wilcox County…helped Patriots reach Class A Division II state playoffs and earned all-region honors his senior season…led Wilcox County to quarterfinal round of state playoffs his junior year…earned first-team all-region accolades in 2021 as Patriots advanced to semifinal round of A Public state playoffs…also played baseball at Wilcox County and initially committed to Tennessee’s baseball program…hit .472 with eight home runs, 34 RBI, 36 runs scored and 18 stolen bases his junior season…also made seven pitching appearances, posting 3-0 record and 3.82 ERA with 19 strikeouts to help Patriots reach quarterfinal round of Class A Division II state tournament.

Consensus three-star prospect…ranked as nation’s No. 16 linebacker prospect and No. 72 overall prospect in Florida by ESPN…ranked 22nd among Class of 2024 linebackers and No. 87 overall in Florida by Rivals…rated as nation’s No. 61 linebacker prospect and No. 94 overall from Florida on 247Sports Composite…tallied 68 tackles including 8.0 for loss with 4.0 sacks as well as one interception during senior year to help Atlantic reach 2M state playoffs…added 28 carries for 148 yards and four touchdowns…caught 11 passes for 56 yards…led team with 153 tackles, including 10.0 for loss with 4.0 sacks, forced one fumble and recovered one fumble in junior season…also rushed for eight touchdowns and caught another score while helping Eagles advance to regional semifinal round of 3M state playoffs.

Consensus four-star prospect…ranked as nation’s No. 1 tight end prospect and No. 8 overall in Georgia by ESPN…No. 49 in ESPN300…ranked No. 4 nationally at his position and No. 11 overall from Georgia by Rivals…rated as No. 5 tight end in Class of 2024, No. 11 overall in state of Georgia and No. 64 nationally on 247Sports Composite…ranked No. 9 among tight ends, No. 14 overall from Georgia and No. 120 in Class of 2024 by On3…selected to play in All-American Bowl…2023 Atlanta Journal-Constitution Super 11…amassed 1,917 yards and 21 touchdowns on 114 catches at Colquitt County…grabbed 35 catches for 551 yards and six touchdowns as senior helping Packers to 12-1 record and quarterfinal appearance in 7A state playoffs…secured MaxPreps Junior All-America second-team accolades in 2022 after grabbing 44 receptions for 753 yards and eight touchdowns while adding five rushing touchdowns as Colquitt County reached semifinal round of state playoffs and finished season 13-1…caught 31 passes for 516 yards and seven touchdowns to earn all-region honors during sophomore campaign…named MaxPreps Freshman All-American after catching eight passes for 97 yards and one touchdown on state quarterfinal team.

Ranked No. 2 nationally by Kohl’s Kicking…rated as No. 6 kicker in America by On3 and on 247Sports Composite…three-year letterwinner at American Heritage in Delray Beach…2022 and 2023 Lou Groza Palm Beach County Placekicker of the Year…scored 131 points at American Heritage, courtesy of 21 made field goals and 68 PATs…connected on 57-yard field goal during junior year…registered touchback on 91.7 percent of his kickoffs during his high school career…added punting duties his senior year and averaged 43.8 yards over 22 punts with a long of 65 yards and eight inside the 20-yard line…made 11 field goals, with long of 54 yards, and 25 PATs in nine games during senior season…connected on five field goals, including long of 57 yards, and 17 PATs in nine games as junior…made five field goals and 26 PATs in 10 games his sophomore year while helping Stallions reach 4A state playoffs.

Consensus three-star prospect…ranked as No. 22 defensive tackle in Class of 2024 and No. 53 overall prospect in Florida by ESPN…rated No. 98 among defensive linemen nationally and No. 119 among prospects from Florida on 247Sports Composite…tallied 112 tackles including 19.0 for loss and 11.0 sacks during his career at Booker T. Washington…anchored defensive line with 39 tackles and 2.0 sacks in senior year while helping Tornadoes to 9-3 record and regional semifinal round of 2M state playoffs…tallied 38 tackles, including 16.0 for loss with 6.0 sacks, his junior season as Booker T. Washington posted 9-3 record and advanced to regional semifinal round of state playoffs…earned Miami Herald All-Dade 5A-IND second-team honors after amassing 35 tackles, 3.0 for loss with 3.0 sacks, during sophomore campaign as Tornadoes played into regional semifinal round of 4A state playoffs.

Consensus three-star prospect…ranked as No. 26 defensive tackle nationally and No. 13 overall prospect in North Carolina by ESPN…ranked as No. 63 defensive lineman in Class of 2024 and No. 22 overall prospect from North Carolina by On3…ranked 71st among defensive linemen and No. 20 overall prospect from North Carolina by 247Sports…selected to 2023 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas…amassed 45 tackles including 9.0 for loss with team-leading 6.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and two pass breakups during senior year to help Jay M. Robinson to 12-1 record while advancing to third round of 3A state playoffs…made 22 tackles in junior season including 11.0 for loss with 4.0 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery returned for touchdown…helped Bulldogs to 10-2 record and second round of 2A state playoffs…also played basketball for Jay M. Robinson.

247Sports Composite Rankings

  • No. 1: Georgia Bulldogs, 28 Commits, 93.58 Avg, 315.22 Points (4 five stars, 20 four stars)
  • No. 2: Alabama Crimson Tide, 25 Commits, 92.82 Avg, 300.75 Points (3 five stars, 17 four stars)
  • No. 3: Miami Hurricanes, 27 Commits, 90.78 Avg, 289.44 Points (2 five stars, 11 four stars)
  • No. 4: Ohio State Buckeyes, 21 Commits, 92.92 Avg, 288.81 Points (5 five stars, 12 four stars)
  • No. 5: Oregon Ducks, 25 Commits, 91.91 Avg, 285.80 Points (0 five stars, 20 four stars)
  • No. 6: Texas Longhorns, 21 Commits, 92.33 Avg, 285.57 Points (4 five stars, 14 four stars)
  • No. 7: Auburn Tigers, 20 Commits, 92.20 Avg, 277.33 Points (2 five stars, 13 four stars)
  • No. 8: Oklahoma Sooners, 28 Commits, 90.81 Avg, 276.39 Points (1 five star, 18 four stars)
  • No. 9: Florida State Seminoles, 22 Commits, 91.07 Avg, 274.63 Points (0 five stars, 15 four stars)
  • No. 10: Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 23 Commits, 91.41 Avg, 274.44 Points (1 five star, 15 four stars)

On3 Industry Rankings

  • No. 1: Georgia Bulldogs, 28 Commits, 92.20 Avg, 94.513 Score (3 five stars, 19 four stars)
  • No. 2: Alabama Crimson Tide, 25 Commits, 91.98 Avg, 93.657 Score (3 five stars, 16 four stars)
  • No. 3: Ohio State Buckeyes, 20 Commits, 91.81 Avg, 92.708 Score (4 five stars, 10 four stars)
  • No. 4: Miami Hurricanes, 27 Commits, 90.08 Avg, 92.650 Score (2 five stars, 11 four stars)
  • No. 5: Texas Longhorns, 21 Commits, 91.43 Avg, 92.582 Score (3 five stars, 14 four stars)
  • No. 6: Oregon Ducks, 25 Commits, 91.08 Avg, 92.546 Score (0 five stars, 18 four stars)
  • No. 7: Auburn Tigers, 20 Commits, 91.46 Avg, 92.125 Score (2 five stars, 11 four stars)
  • No. 8: Oklahoma Sooners, 27 Commits, 90.34 Avg, 91.864 Score (1 five star, 15 four stars)
  • No. 9: Notre Dame Fighting Irish, 23 Commits, 90.77 Avg, 91.764 Score (1 five star, 12 four stars)
  • No. 10: LSU Tigers, 27 Commits, 90.04 Avg, 91.707 Score (0 five stars, 17 four stars)
  • No. 11: Florida State Seminoles, 22 Commits, 89.96 Avg, 91.593 Score (0 five stars, 13 four stars)