The inevitable has finally happened, as 2023 quarterback Chris Parson has decommitted from the Florida State Seminoles football program.
Parson, a low 4-star recruit, had been committed to the Seminoles since July 2021. However, it became clear in recent months that he wasn’t pleased with a potential two-QB class in Tallahassee. Rather than hyping up recent FSU commitments along the trenches, Parson chose to instead tweet about his recent offers from other schools. Following visits to Mississippi State (where he has family connections) and SMU, Parson decided to make the separation official.
Psalm 32:8 pic.twitter.com/WHb9cEzHjr— (@C_Parson2) July 12, 2022
Florida State has recently made distinct impressions on four-star quarterbacks Rickie Collins and Brock Glenn, with both having officially visited Tallahassee in June. Collins has reaffirmed his commitment to Purdue, while the Seminoles have vaulted into serious contention for the fast-rising Glenn. Parson’s decommitment ramps up the pressure for FSU to secure a commitment from Glenn, or to identify other viable options.
For more insight, check out the Florida State of Recruiting podcast, where the Three Stars discussed quarterback recruiting in addition to the recent commitment of stud OT Lucas Simmons. And stay tuned for more on what this means and what to expect next.
And as always, check out the latest recruiting thread for more.