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Introducing FSU’s #Tribe19

Last week the first round of acceptance letters was sent out, but for the lucky few who were recruited for the 2019 football team, they found out a couple weeks ago when offers were made. Tribe 19, as they are called, has been the main focus of head coach Willie Taggart’s Twitter and many people are excited to see if these players can help us have a better season than the last one.

There are over 20 commits but only a few are actually signed and enrolled at FSU. Here is the list of the official signups for FSU, enjoy!

Akeem Dent

Courtesy: @keemdolo103

Hometown: Pahokee, FL

Position: Cornerback

Twitter: @DoItAllDent103

Instagram: @keemdolo103

 

“Dent chose FSU over many other offers from big football schools like Alabama and Miami.”[1]

 

Dontae Lucas

Courtesy: @_topshotta55

Hometown: Miami, FL

Position: Offensive Lineman

Twitter: @7totha8

Instagram: @_topshotta55

 

“Lucas chose FSU over several offers, including Miami, Florida and Alabama.”[1]

 

Raymond Woodie III 

Courtesy: @raymoney_11

 

Hometown: Tallahassee, FL

Position: Safety

Twitter: @Raymoney333

Instagram: @raymoney_11

 

“Woodie chose FSU over Louisville, Stanford, Cal and Ole Miss.”[1]

 

Kalen DeLoach

Courtesy: @_delo.4

Hometown: Savannah, GA

Position: Linebacker

Twitter: @KalenDeloach

Instagram: @_delo.4

 

“DeLoach chose Florida State over Auburn and Michigan from numerous offers.”[1]

 

Maurice Smith

Courtesy: @RocboyReese

Hometown: Miami FL

Position: Offensive Lineman

Twitter: @rocboyreese

 

Smith picked Florida State over Miami and Boston College.[1]

 

Jay Williams

Courtesy: @kingjay7

Hometown: Moreno Valley, CA

Position: Offensive Lineman

Twitter: @KingJay_07

Instagram: @kingjay7

 

“Williams chose FSU over Louisville, Texas and Indiana among others.”[1]

 

Jarvis Brownlee Jr.

Courtesy: 24/7 Sports

Hometown: Miami Gardens, FL

Position: Cornerback

Twitter: @Touchmoney_uno

Instagram: @touchmoneyuno

 

“Brownlee chose Florida State over Miami, Florida, LSU and UCF among several offers.”[1]

 

Renardo Green

 

Courtesy: @nado.2times

Hometown: Apopka, FL

Position: Cornerback

Twitter: @nado2times

Instagram: @nado.2times

 

“Green chose FSU over Ohio State.”[1]

 

Maurice Goolsby

 

Courtesy: @tone1k_

Hometown: Dunnellon, FL

Position: Wide Reciever

Twitter: @_magxii

Instagram: @tone1k_

 

“Goolsby picked Florida State over Florida.”[1]

 

Kevon Glenn

Courtesy: @ke.laflaree

Hometown: Hampton, GA

Position: Linebacker

Twitter: @kevontglenn

Instagram: @ke.laflaree

 

“Glenn selected Florida State over multiple offers, including North Carolina State, Georgia Tech, Texas A&M and Missouri.”[1]

 

Malcom Ray

Courtesy: 24/7 Sports

Hometown: Miami Gardens, FL

Position: Defensive End

 

“Ray chose FSU over several offers including Boston College, Louisville, Kentucky and South Florida.”[1]

 

Derrick McLendon II

Courtesy: 24/7 Sports

Hometown: Decatur, GA

Position: Defensive End

Twitter: @DMAC1513

Instagram: @1.1ove_

 

“McLendon chose the Seminoles over Florida and North Carolina State among many scholarship offers.”[1]

 

Jaleel McRae

Courtesy: @_14reasons

Hometown: New Smyrna Beach, FL

Position: Linebacker

Twitter: @JaleelMcrae

Instagram: @_14reasons

 

“McRae chose Florida State over Florida, Georgia, LSU, Texas A&M and Georgia Tech among others.”[1]

 

 

Curtis Fann, Jr

Courtesy: @thereal.ocho

Hometown: Stillmore, GA

Position: Defensive End

Twitter: @curt_8_

Instagram: @thereal.ocho

 

“Fann picked Florida State over Georgia and South Carolina.”[1]

 

Tru Thompson

Courtesy: @trenchsavage

Hometown: Loganville, GA

Position: Defensive Lineman

Twitter: @trenchsavage90

Instagram: @trenchsavage

 

“Thompson committed to Florida State over Florida, Miami, Louisville, LSU and Michigan State among others.”[1]

 

Ryan Fitzgerald

 

Courtesy: @ryan_fitz88

Hometown: Moultrie, GA

Position: Kicker

Twitter: @ryan_fitz88

Instagram: @ryan_fitz88

 

The 2018 football season was not one of our brightest moments, but, with this new lineup, Coach Taggart hopes to regain FSU’s title and maybe get another championship under our belt. See you in August, Tribe 19.

Nicole van der Sommen is a Junior studying Editing, Writing & Media at Florida State University. She loves taco nights with her friends and changes her hair color more than she changes shoes. She loves reading Harry Potter (for the billionth time) and to knit, often.
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