Florida State gets several junior day commits

Orlando Evans duo, WR Tony Stevens and LB Ro’Derrick Hoskins made their commitments known to the world on Saturday after attending FSU’s Junior Day.

Hoskins told the Orlando Sentinel that he “Felt like I was at home. The coaches treated us good … just everything.”


However Tony Stevens told the Sentinel, that Seminole’s head coach Jimbo Fisher told him he could have a chance to become FSU’s first ever Fred Biletnikoff winner.

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Also Jacksonville First Coast defensive back Tyrell Lyons committed on Saturday while at the FSU Junior Day. The Florida Times-Union said that if his pledge hold until February 6, 2013 when National Signing Day takes place he will become the eight player from the Buccanneer’s program to sign with the Seminoles program.

Read more at Jacksonville.com

2015 Auburndale player commits to FSU as well

Not even out of his freshmen year yet, Auburndale DB Derwin James became the first Florida athlete in the 2015 class to commit to any Division I school.

The Lakeland Ledger reports that at first James didn’t realize that head coach Jimbo Fisher was offering him a scholarship until an assistant told him that. Once he was told, he decided to commit and even shocked his head football coach, Kenneth Grantham.

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Fleming Island Safety commits to Louisville

Safety Donel Elam of Fleming Island decided to end his recruiting process early by making a commitment to Louisville, the Florida Times-Union reported.

Elam told the Times-Union that Louisville felt like home to him and that he saw himself playing for the Cardinals football team.

Read more at Jacksonville.com

Tampa Plant RB picks up first offer from Western Kentucky

Tampa Plant running back Wesley Bullock, who has been part of state championship winning teams, tweeted this weekend on Twitter that he had been offer by Western Kentucky.

Tampa Bay Times’ Laura Keeley mentions that Tampa Plant wide receiver Austin Aikens just recently signed with the FBS School.

Read more at TampaBay.com