The good news has already started rolling in for Florida State as the ‘Noles have picked up their first commitment of the weekend .
Hampton, Ga., linebacker Kevon Glenn announced on Sunday evening that he has committed to FSU.
“I loved everything about the FSU visit and the way they use their linebackers,” Glenn told Warchant. “FSU wants me as a ‘Mike’ (middle) linebacker. I’m really excited to be a part of the family.”
Glenn is the Seminoles’16th commitment for the class of 2019, and he chose the ‘Noles over offers from several ACC, SEC and Big Ten powers, including Maryland, Missouri, Ole Miss, Michigan State, Georgia Tech and others.
Linebacker obviously is a huge need for Florida State, and things have been trending in the right direction with Glenn since he received an offer last week. FSU has been pushing hard for Glenn since watching his film from his senior season.
The three-star prospect said he has loved getting to know LBs coach Raymond Woodie.
“I trust Coach Woodie a lot. He’s a great guy,” Glenn said. “I felt very comfortable with him and the family at FSU and how Coach Woodie will develop me.”
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