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‘Noles hosting five this weekend

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The Florida State coaching staff is in the middle of a busy month of official visits in June. The Seminoles will host over a dozen official visitors throughout the month. On Friday the ‘Noles will start their second big official visit weekend of the summer.

Here’s a rundown of this weekend’s official visitors:

4-Star RB Terrance Gibbs

Winter Park High School (Winter Park, Fla.)

No. 17 RB, No. 188 overall

The Skinny: Earlier this month, Gibbs said that he had canceled his official visit to FSU for the 11th, but now it is back on. He was at LSU last weekend and scheduled to see Tennessee and then Florida over the final two weekends of June. FSU has been on the outside looking in of this recruitment throughout the spring. We’ll see if this visit can get them back in the thick of things with Gibbs.


4-Star OT Aliou Bah

IMG Academy (Bradenton, Fla.)

No. 37 OT, No. 358 overall

The Skinny: Bah is committed to Florida State. He made his pledge to the staff on May 7. Bah was in town last weekend for FSU’s Elite Camp where he worked out with his future offensive line coach Alex Atkins. Bah could play either guard or tackle on the next level for FSU.


3-Star OT Daughtry Richardson

Miami Central High School (Miami, Fla.)

No. 44 OT, No. 453 overall

The Skinny: One of FSU’s top offensive tackle targets will be on campus this weekend. Richardson, who is 6-foot-4 and 285-pounds, is heavily trending to FSU with all four of his Crystal Ball picks in favor of the ‘Noles. He will take visits to Kentucky and Miami later this month. Richardson has set his commitment date for July 26.


3-Star LB Omar Graham Jr.

Stranahan High School (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.)

No. 60 RB, No 586 overall

The Skinny: Graham has been busy knocking out his official visits during the month of June. He’s been to Miami, FSU this weekend, then it’s on to Penn State and Auburn at the end of the month. Graham hasn’t put a timetable on his decision, but the ‘Noles are in good position with 100% of the Crystal Ball is in FSU’s favor.


JUCO TE Anthony Landphere

College of San Mateo (San Mateo, Ca.)


The Skinny: Landphere is an interesting prospect that FSU is bringing in. Technically he’s eligible to play in 2021, but he tells Noles247 that he plans to attend another season of JUCO and enroll at a new school in January of 2022. FSU is looking to add size and talent to their tight end room, Landphere brings that at 6-foot-5 and 220-pounds.