Florida State is looking to make moves over the penultimate weekend of the 2019 recruiting cycle, as they host at least a dozen official visitors as well as a few unofficial visitors. For an in-depth breakdown of the weekend, click here.
Entering the weekend, the Seminoles have the No. 17 ranked class in the nation and No. 2 class in the Atlantic Coast Conference according to the 247Sports.com Composite Team Rankings, which can be found here.
Among the official visitors to FSU this weekend will be a trio of commitments, including one signee. The signee is Hampton (Ga.) Dutchtown three-star linebacker Kevon Glenn. The other two commitments are Lakeland (Fla.) Kathleen four-star safety Brendan Gant and Lehigh Acres (Fla.) Lehigh four-star strong-side defensive end Quashon Fuller.
The Seminoles are also hosting a few prospects committed elsewhere – Saint Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic four-star inside linebacker Shammond Cooper, an Illinois commitment, and Chicago (Ill.) Simeon three-star athlete Alante Brown, a Michigan State pledge.
The uncommitted prospects coming in this weekend include New Orleans (La.) Warren Easton four-star quarterback Lance LeGendre, Saint Louis (Mo.) Trinity Catholic three-star offensive lineman Ira Henry, Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County three-star offensive lineman Kamaar Bell, Louisville (Miss.) four-star strong-side defensive end Charles Moore, Chantilly (Va.) Westfield four-star outside linebacker Eugene Asante and Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County kicker Ryan Fitzgerald.
Additional official visitors remain a possibility.
Signees such as Savannah (Ga.) Islands four-star outside linebacker Kalen DeLoach and Twin City (Ga.) Emanuel County Institute four-star strong-side defensive end Curtis Fann are also expected in town.
A majority of visits are set to begin on early Friday afternoon and conclude on Sunday midday.
Noles247.com will have updates throughout the weekend and interviews at the conclusion of the visits.
National Signing Day is scheduled for Wednesday, February 6th.