There’s sure to be a sigh of relief from the Florida State Seminoles football staff as Rod Orr puts pen to paper and makes it official. Wednesday morning Orr signed with FSU and became an important piece to #Tribe21:
Orr was a target for much of the year for FSU and offensive line coach Alex Atkins. A late bloomer during his senior season, Orr burst onto the scene, and the staff fought hard to land his commitment. Ranked a 4-star, the 311th player nationally, and the 22nd overall OT, Orr’s a key piece.
Orr hails from Gadsden, Alabama, and attended Gadsden City High School. The big man checks in at 6’7 and 296 pounds with a basketball background. A true left tackle in the making, Orr will be a player to build your offensive line around.
To get a better idea of what Orr brings to #Tribe21, check out his highlights below:
From his FSU bio:
OL | 6-7 | 296
GADSDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL
Four-star offensive tackle rated 22nd nationally at his position and as No. 10 prospect in Alabama on 247Sports Composite…ranked 23rd in America at his position and No. 9 overall in Alabama by 247Sports…ranked 284th in ESPN300 and No. 9 prospect in Alabama by ESPN…earned first-team all-state honors his senior season…selected to play in Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Game…also played basketball at Gadsden City.