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Key targets visiting FSU

This is the third weekend in a row the Florida State coaching staff will host another solid group of official visitors. It won't be as large as the group FSU brought the weekend of January 11th, which was more than a dozen. But there are some prospects that, if FSU can land them, will help shape the face of the 2013 class.

Ryan Green will visit FSU this weekend with his mother and father.

Here's a look at this weekends visitors:


RB Ryan Green - - There have been rumors that a UF visit is possible the weekend before Signing Day. It will be a successful weekend for FSU is Green leaves Tallahassee saying he's done taking visits.

OL Austin Golson - Possibly the most important prospect on campus this weekend. Although he's committed to Florida State, there is a lot of talk about a flip to Ole Miss. FSU needs to regain the momentum in this recruitment, they can't afford to lose an offensive lineman with two weeks left until Signing Day.

WR Isaiah Jones - Jones has not wavered since committing to Florida State on July 6th. He's taken no official visits and this trip to Tallahassee will be his first and only visit he takes before Signing Day.

OL Ryan Hoefeld - Having Hoefeld on campus is like having an extra recruiter. He's become vocal in recruiting Austin Golson and others.

CB Michael Johnson - Johnson is a long-time commitment to the Seminoles. He is believed to be firm to the Seminoles. He hails from Miami (Fla.) Booker T. Washington, a school that Florida State has worked hard to make strides at in recent years.


LB Matthew Thomas - Just days ago it looked like Thomas was Tallahassee bound, that all changed on Thursday. With the departure of James Coley, this is a make-or-break weekend if FSU wants to land Thomas when he announces on Signing Day.

WR Jordan Cunningham - It's questionable as to whether or not Cunningham is a take right now for FSU. The staff is high on him as an athlete and student. In the end we feel Cunningham's decision will be heavily influenced by academics and he'll choose either Vanderbilt or Stanford.

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