Clemson and Florida State have been red hot on the recruiting trail over the last couple of days, and here is everything you need to know about their latest quest to land some of the nation’s top recruits for 2016 and beyond.
Top 3 as of now FSU LSU Clemson no leader not blocking any school out
— Mantis.tm1Ⓜ️ (@Mullen_1era) August 4, 2015
Four-star cornerback Trayvon Mullen out of Coconut Creek, Florida has included both Clemson and Florida State in his top three, along with SEC power LSU. Mullen, who says through his tweet that there is no order to the list has been widely expected to commit to Florida State due to him being an in-state recruit, as well as the fact that the Seminoles have a need at cornerback in the coming years.
Four-star receiver Keyshawn Johnson Jr. Yes, the son of that Keyshawn Johnson, is one of the top 150 recruits in the country for the class of 2017 according to Scout. Johnson Jr. reigns from Calabasas, California and as the 113th ranked recruit in the country per the latest rankings, he has gained interest from many of the nation’s top programs. He cut his list down to eight schools, with the usual suspects of Alabama, Ohio State, and USC (his father’s alma mater) present on the list. Additionally, one ACC school made the list as Dabo Swinney and the Clemson Tigers are hot on the trail for the talented wideout.
— EJ Price (@Ej_Price77) August 4, 2015
E.J. Price, a 2016 four-star offensive line recruit and former University of Georgia commit has released his top eight schools as he moves closer to making a decision about where he will play college football. On June 18th, Price broke off his verbal commitment with the Bulldogs, as he felt that he rushed into a decision too quickly. While UGA made his top eight list, schools such as Ole Miss, LSU, Auburn, and Tennessee are also interested. Florida State is also in on Price, as the ‘Noles look to shore up the future of their offensive line for 2016 and beyond.
2017 four-star running back Kyshaun Bryan from Plantation, Florida lists the University of Florida as the leader in his recruitment, while Ohio State and Florida State are nipping at the heels of Bryan in hopes to sway him in the direction of their respective schools. There is no wonder why he is a hot commodity on the recruiting trail. Take a look at his highlight tape below.