The Florida State Seminoles have notched another important recruiting victory for Tribe ‘22, as blue-chip offensive lineman Qae’shon Sapp has decided his future lies in Tallahassee.
MAMA IM HOME !!! 10000% COMMITTED pic.twitter.com/VIfEwJPrYd— TALENTED™️(55)⚔️ (@QaeshonSapp) June 27, 2021
Sapp is a 6’5”, 320 pound offensive tackle out of Leesburg, Georgia. A consensus 4-star prospect, he is ranked by 247 Sports Composite as the 330th best player in the country, including the 37th best offensive tackle and 31st best player in Georgia. He chose the Seminoles over 26 other offers including other favorites Alabama Crimson Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Cincinnati Bearcats, Florida Gators, and Georgia Bulldogs.
Offered back in November of 2020, Sapp has been a priority for coach Alex Atkins and had visited campus multiple times. Back in April, I said this about Sapp in the OL State of Recruiting breakdown:
Sapp is the second commitment of the weekend as FSU pulled in talented 4-star defender Trevion Williams yesterday. As always, head on over to the Recruiting Thread for more insight.