FSU recruiting had some highs and lows during the early signing period. We discuss what went well, what went wrong and what needs to happen.
FSU recruiting could technically sign players through Friday, but none are expected at the time of this writing.
The Noles are holding firm with the No. 14 ranked class and 19 commitments (14 signed early) with a blue chip ratio of 53 percent.
That’s not bad coming off a (5-7) season where FSU was blowed out several times and lost to both Miami and Florida.
Somehow national media are giving Mark Richt and Dan Mullen a pass and being overly critical of Taggart.
Ironically, FSU still has higher ranked recruiting classes compared to both of those schools who had better seasons overall.
The ability of Willie Taggart to accomplish this has to be commended, and could be foreshadowing of what could be possible in recruiting if they have a better product on the field in 2019.
What does it say about Mark Richt that’s he’s getting smoked on the recruiting trails going into his fourth year at Miami? Where’s the momentum for Mullen going into his second year after getting nine wins?
Let’s take a look at what went well, what went wrong and what needs to happen moving forward.