BOOM! :Mike Norvell Confirmed Biggest Boost as Noles Earns commitment from Another Talented 3-star safety…

Florida State football continues to strengthen its defensive lineup with another commitment from a promising defensive back.

After an undefeated regular season and a conference championship in 2023, several Florida State players have moved on to the NFL. Defensive backs Jarrian Jones, Akeem Dent, and Renardo Green have all achieved their dreams of becoming professional football players, leaving position coach Patrick Surtain Sr. the task of replenishing the secondary.

Surtain Sr. has already made significant progress in the 2024 recruiting class by securing commitments from four prospects: Charles Lester III, Jamari Howard, Cai Bates, and Ricky Knight III. However, Florida State’s 4-2-5 defensive scheme requires a depth of talent in the defensive backfield.

Defensive coordinator Adam Fuller’s strategy heavily relies on versatile defensive backs, making it crucial to continually recruit talented prospects. The Seminoles already have four-star cornerback Gregory “Zae” Thomas from American Heritage High School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The expectation is that Florida State will add at least three more defensive backs to the class.

On Tuesday night, the Seminoles received another boost with the commitment of three-star safety Max Redmon from Cardinal Newman High School in West Palm, Florida.

Despite Redmon’s three-star ranking, he possesses qualities that make him a valuable addition to the team. Similar to former three-star prospect and current Florida State safety Shyheim Brown, Redmon may be underrated. His high school film shows his versatility, playing safety, linebacker, defensive end, and wide receiver. Redmon excels in coverage, is unafraid to make tackles, and displays impressive speed.

Florida State may have found a hidden gem in Redmon, who has the potential to develop into a standout player under the guidance of defensive backs coach Patrick Surtain Sr.

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