TE Thomas turns from Georgia back to Seminoles
ESPN 300 tight end Landen Thomas made a big statement Monday, turning his dedication from Georgia to Florida State.Thomas is the No. 48
prospect overall in the 2024 class, according to ESPN’s rankings, and the No. 7-ranked recruit in the state of Georgia. He’s a 6-foot-4, 225-pound tight end from Colquitt County High School in Moultrie, Georgia, and this isn’t the first time he has dedicated to the Seminoles.Thomas originally devoted to Florida State in
April 2021 but decommitted that October after receiving a deal from Georgia. He continued to take in more scholarship deals, then devoted to the Dawgs in July 2022. He had actually been devoted to Georgia since July, however recently took a check out to Florida State and now has actually turned back to the Seminoles.Go noles pic.twitter.com/6j2mbVrSHg!.?.!— LT(@Landen_Thomas18)April 17, 2023 Thomas provides Florida
State 5 ESPN 300 dedications in the 2024 cycle, consisting of running back Kameron Davis, quarterback Luke
Kromenhoek and receivers Tawaski Abrams and Camdon Frier.The Seminoles have seen an uptick in recruiting and within the transfer portal, as coach Mike Norvell currently has as lots of ESPN 300 commits in this present class as he signed for 2023, and just 2 fewer than the program signed for 2022.