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Seminole Wrap: 2021 FSU recruiting breakdown, analysis, 2022 look-ahead

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Both the Early Signing Period and National Signing Day have come and gone, a steady year with some minor surprises for Florida State, which ended up with the No. 22 class in the country, tied with last year’s output (with fewer players taken.)

While it wasn’t a home-run class full of five-stars, and while there are still some major holes that still need some filling, Mike Norvell and his staff managed to put together a class of both high school prospects and transfers to help build up an FSU roster that’s dealt with attrition and recruiting failures since 2017.

To break down the 2021 signing class, including a scout on new blue-chip signee Destyn Hill, Tim Scribble welcomes Josh Pick and NoleThruandThru to talk Norvell’s efforts this year — what he and his staff did well and what they need to focus on moving forward — as well as who fans need to keep an eye on as the 2022 cycle now fully kicks into gear.

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