New Florida State head coach Willia Taggart has characterized his offensive philosophy in two words: “lethal simplicity.” And he seems to have stuck with brevity when it comes to his approach to receiver recruiting: land some good ones, and land a bunch.
A significant position of need for the Seminoles, FSU pulled in a handful of diverse and impressive players in its 2018 recruiting class, and our staff broke down what each new ’Nole WR brings to the garnet and gold.
Jordan Young is in the discussion as one of the top receiver prospects in the country for 2018. Young possesses specific traits and skills that could make him a special receiver at the college level and beyond. He checks a ton of boxes with excellent size and length, elite speed (110M Georgia state hurdle champion in high school), plus level balls skills and body control.