Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles have added yet another offensive lineman to their 2022 recruiting class and in this case, he’s coming back home to Tallahassee.
Daughtry Richardson is a 6’4”, 285 pound offensive tackle who currently plays for powerhouse Miami Central, but previously played for Godby High School in Tallahassee.
Richardson is ranked by 247 Sports Composite as the 454th best player in the country (44th best offensive tackle and 60th best player in Florida). He chose the Seminoles over the Arizona State Sun Devils, Kentucky Wildcats, Miami (FL) Hurricanes, and Missouri Tigers, all of whom received official visits from Richardson. He also held offers from the Florida Gators, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Oregon Ducks, South Carolina Gamecocks, Tennessee Volunteers, and West Virginia Mountaineers, among others.
Offered back in July of 2020, Richardson has never been shy about his feelings for offensive line coach Alex Atkins and FSU and has been a frequent visitor on campus. Richardson also plans to graduate high school early so he can be an early enrollee at FSU.
Back in April, I said this about Richardson in the OL State of Recruiting breakdown:
With Richardson now officially on board, Florida State’s recruiting class now boasts five offensive linemen. As always, head on over to the latest Recruiting Thread for more insight.