Player tracker

Florida State

City: Tallahassee, FL

Web site: http://seminoles.cstv.com/

Conference: ACC

 

Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Andre Debose A+ 5'11"/175 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Wide receiver Central Florida, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Ohio State, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Andrew Sachais B+ 6'2"/220 Buford High School Linebacker Florida State, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio State, Penn State and South Carolina
Antwan Lowery None 6'3"/325 Columbus High School (FL) Defensive tackle Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Rutgers, Southern California and Tennessee
Brandon Jenkins None 6'3"/220 Tallahassee Florida State University High School (Fla.) Defensive end Florida State
Chris Bonds None 6'4"/262 Richland Northeast High School (SC) Defensive tackle Alabama, Auburn, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Darius Mulberry None 5'9"/200 Palatka High School (Fla.) Linebacker Central Florida, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech and South Florida
David Harding B+ 6'4"/280 Boone High School (FL) Offensive tackle Central Florida, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kentucky, Southern Mississippi, Vanderbilt and West Virginia
Demonte McAllister None 6'3"/245 Alonso High School (FL) Defensive end Florida State
Dre Kirkpatrick None 6'2"/180 Gadsden City High School (AL) Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Michigan, Southern California, Tennessee and Texas
Dyron Dye A+ 6'4"/223 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Defensive end Auburn, Central Florida, Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, South Carolina, South Florida, Southern California and Tennessee
E.J. Banks A- 6'0"/175 Montour High School (PA) Athlete Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and West Virginia
Eddie Lacy None 5'11"/200 Dutchtown-Geismer High School (LA) Running back Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Florida State, Iowa, Louisiana State, Louisiana Tech, Miami, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Southern Mississippi and Tennessee
Eugene Smith None 6'3"/180 Miramar High School (FL) Quarterback Boston College, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Louisville, Miami, Michigan, Oregon and South Florida
Gerald Demps A- 6'1"/200 Lowndes High School Defensive back Florida State
Izaan Cross A 6'3"/250 Flowery Branch High School Defensive end Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Wake Forest
Jacobbi McDaniel None 6' /280 Madison County High School (FL) Defensive tackle Florida State
Jamar Travis A- 6'1"/295 W.S. Neal High School (Ala.) Defensive tackle Alabama, Alabama-Birmingham, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Oregon and Southern Mississippi
Jawanza Starling A 6'2"/195 Lincoln High School (FL) Defensive back Alabama, Auburn, California, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina and Southern California
Jon Bostic None 6'2"/220 Palm Beach Central High School (Fla.) Linebacker Auburn, Central Florida, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Louisiana State, Miami, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Josh Jackson B 6'2"/248 Gainesville High School Defensive end Central Florida, Florida State, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Stanford and Tennessee
Julian Burnett A 5'11"/222 Westside-Macon High School Linebacker Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, South Carolina and Vanderbilt
Kendall Kelly None 6'4"/210 Gadsden City High School (AL) Wide receiver Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Colorado, Florida, Florida State, Louisiana State, North Carolina, Oregon, Southern California and Texas
Kentorius Jackson B+ 6'1"/190 Griffin High School Linebacker Alabama, Central Florida, Clemson and Florida State
Lonnie Pryor A 6'1"/195 Okeechobee High School (FL) Athlete Florida State
Orson Charles A 6'3"/227 Plant High School (Fla.) Tight end Florida, Florida State, Georgia and Miami
Petey Smith None 6' /230 Armwood High School (FL) Linebacker Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina and Tennessee
Ray Ray Armstrong None 6'4"/220 Sanford Seminole High School (Fla.) Athlete Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Mississippi, Notre Dame, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Reuben Randle A 6'3"/195 Bastrop High School (LA) Wide receiver Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Louisiana State, Miami, Notre Dame, Oklahoma and Tennessee
Rico Sanders A 5'11"/180 Byrnes High School (SC) Wide receiver Auburn, Florida, Florida State and South Carolina
Rodney Smith None 6'5"/205 Archbishop Carroll High School (FL) Wide receiver Florida State
Ryne Giddins None 6'4"/235 Armwood High School (FL) Defensive end Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, South Florida and Tennessee
Sam Montgomery None 6'4"/230 Greenwood High School (SC) Defensive end Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Tana Patrick None 6'3"/220 North Jackson High School (AL) Linebacker Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia, Nebraska, South Carolina, Southern California, Tennessee and Texas A&M
Willie Haulstead None 6'3"/210 Titusville High School (Fla.) Wide receiver Florida State

Updates


Henry County WR Patterson stuns with Stanford decision

10:35 p.m. Monday, August 25, 2008

Henry County’s Jamal Patterson, who was one of the nation’s most-heavily recruited wide receivers with around 50 offers, made the stunning decision to commit to Stanford on Monday night. Patterson picked the Cardinal over offers from Alabama, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia Tech, LSU, Michigan, North Carolina, and Oregon, among others. “My senior season is about to start, and I just wanted to get that [college choice] out of the way,” Patterson said. “Stanford had been my favorite since I visited there in June. I kept visiting other schools to check out all my options, but Stanford was No. 1 all along.” How did Stanford lure Patterson away from the surrounding SEC and ACC schools? “It felt like a family atmosphere, and you can’t beat the academics. You can only play football for so long, academics are for the long run in life.” “All the other programs are good, too, but it just came down to which school I felt like was the best fit for me. Stanford is where I want to be.” Patterson said he consulted on Monday afternoon with his parents, who supported the decision. “They loved everything about Stanford. They didn’t put any pressure on me, they told me it was my decision to make, and they were very excited my decision.”

Clemson offers Flowery Branch DE Cross

9:37 p.m. Sunday, August 24, 2008

Just when it appeared that Georgia Tech might have the inside track on scoring a commitment from Flowery Branch’s Izaan Cross, ACC rival Clemson officially threw its hat in the recruiting ring last week after extending a scholarship offer to the talented defensive end. Cross, who also has offers from Arkansas, Florida State, Maryland, Mississippi State, North Carolina, N.C. State, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Central Florida, wasn’t surprised when Clemson’s offer arrived. The Tigers have been recruiting him aggressively for several months. “With Clemson, the recruiting coach has been to my school, but the defensive line coach wanted to see me before they offered me,” said Cross, a member of the AJC’s Georgia Top 150. “But with me not being able to get over there yet, they finally said ‘we’ll go ahead and offer you.’ “And it’s just an hour and-a-half from home. That’s good, and a positive on their side.” Cross will likely take a road trip to Clemson this fall. “I would say so,” he said. “I’m going to try to get up there to one of their games this year, and it possibly might be one of my five [official visits],” he said. “As far as two or three of my other [four official] visits, I’d say Georgia Tech and probably Mississippi State.”

Oconee County QB Mettenberger will be a Bulldog

2:41 p.m. Friday, August 22, 2008

Georgia didn't have to go far to get its quarterback of the future. Oconee County's Zach Mettenberger, who has been around the program for more than a decade and who lives in neighboring Watkinsville, committed to the Bulldogs. "It was definitely like a lightning-bolt thing, " Mettenbeger said. "I had thought that I was going to take some visits and commit in the spring. But I decided I just wanted to do it and get it out of the way so I could concentrate on my senior season." The 6-foot-5, 205-pound quarterback also had offers from Boston College and Florida State. But ultimately it came down to being an environment where is comfortable. "Really it was the players, " Mettenberger said. "I have know a lot of those guys for a long time. And this is my home. This is where my family and friends are." Mettenberger has had a relationship with Georgia offensive coordinator Mike Bobo since 1999. Mettenberger went to a passing camp last summer that was run by Mike Bobo's father, George. Zach's mother, Tammy, works in the football office but did not apply any pressure on her son's when it came to recruiting. "I want it to be Zach's decision, " Tammy said back in November. "I just told him I don't want him to go more than eight hours away because I want to be able to make it to all the games." The Georgia campus is six miles away from the Mettenberger's home.

Tennessee OL Austin Long headed to UGA

2:31 p.m. Friday, August 22, 2008

Georgia has once again stepped outside of the state and secured a commitment for the Class of 2009. Austin Long, an offensive lineman from Briarcrest Christian Schools in Memphis committed to Georgia. Quarterback Aaron Murray of Tampa, Fla., who has committed to Georgia, took the lead in recruiting Long. "I was hoping to narrow it down to two or three schools over this weekend, " Long said. "I really thought about it and talked to my parents about it and prayed about it. Then I was talking to Aaron Murray and he really helped. I asked him all kinds of questions and if he was still happy now that he has committed. "He told me he was happy and he was going to recruit me until I committed, " Long said. "He told me he wanted to be a part of the No. 1 recruiting class." To get that class Georgia may have to secure a few more top prospects, one of which Long has already started to work on. "Soon as I talked to [Georgia offensive line coach Stacy] Searels, I called Marlon Brown and told him I was going to start working on him, " Long said. Brown is considered one of the top prep wide receivers in the nation. He has a list of 15 schools, of which Georgia is one. Long had offers from several schools in the Southeastern Conference and was also drawing interest from Florida State. He visited the Georgia campus during spring practice. He also took unofficial visits to North Carolina, Florida, Florida State and Alabama. Long is rated as a top 10 tackle by Scout.com.

Buford's Lee "happy" with UGA

2:27 p.m. Friday, August 22, 2008

Buford junior defensive tackle Dallas Lee chose Georgia over programs such as Florida, Florida State and Tennessee. But the decision to commit to the Dogs was a difficult one. "Yeah, it was pretty hard at first, " admitted Lee, who will likely play center or guard. "But Georgia turned out to be a perfect fit. They have everything in a school that I wanted. "And I really like coach [Mark] Richt and [offensive line] coach [Stacy] Searels. Lee broke the news of his commitment to Searels. "I told him I want to play in Athens for the next four years, " Lee said. Buford coach Jess Simpson is confident the Bulldog Nation will be excited to have Lee as part of its 2009 recruiting class. "Georgia is getting an extra tough, hardnosed lineman, " Simpson said. "He's a 6-foot-3, 300-pound kid who moves well and has great knowledge and understanding of the game."

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