By: WCTV Eyewitness Sports
February 5, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- It's National Signing Day around the country, and Willie Taggart is looking to come away with a solid first signing class at FSU.
Below is an updated list of players who have signed their national letters of intent to go to FSU in 2018 and beyond.
Camren McDonald, TE
McDonald is the second Californian of the Noles' recruiting class, and is considered to be the ninth-best tight end in the country, along with being billed as the 31st-best player in California. A total of 21 schools showed interest in him, including Cal, Arizona, Florida and UGA.
Jordan Young, WR
Young is yet another metro-Atlantan in the 2018 recruiting class, and is seen as the #27 wide receiver in the country by 247Sports. Young picked the Noles over Tennessee.
Tre'Shaunn Harrison, ATH
Willie Taggart has convinced Seattle's Tre'Shaunn Harrison to venture cross-country to come to Tallahassee and suit up for the Garnet and Gold. Rivals lists Harrison as a four-star athlete and as the #10 athlete in the country, and is considered to be the second-best player in the state of Washington. FSU garnered his services over Cal, Michigan, Notre Dame, UCLA and Tennessee, among others.
Jamarcus Chatmann, DE
Chatman is the 18th signee of the Noles' class, and comes to the Capital City by way of Rome, Ga. Considered by Rivals to be the 30th best strong-side defensive end, and the 53rd best player in Georgia, the Noles were one of 46 schools to show him love.
Chaz Neal, DT
Neal clocks in at 6'7", 253 pounds and comes to Tallahassee from Zephyrhills. FSU beat out South Carolina, South Florida and USC for Neal's services.
Malcom Lamar, DE
Considered the 20th-best strong-side defensive end by Rivals, Lamar comes to FSU after holding offers from 20 other schools, including Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and LSU.
Christian Meadows, OL
Meadows is a three-star (Rivals.com) or four-star (247Sports.com) commit, depending on the service, from just south of Macon/Perry, Georgia. He selected the Noles over Florida, Auburn, Miami (FL), Michigan State and Alabama, among others.
Xavier Peters, LB
Peters, a consensus four-star recruit, comes to Tallahassee via West Chester, Ohio and picked the Noles over 30 schools, including Georgia, Florida, LSU, Alabama and Ohio State.
Jalen Goss, OL
Goss, a consensus three-star recruit, is staying close to home, coming from Valdosta. The Noles won his commitment over Georgia, Miami (FL), Mississippi State and Virginia Tech, among others. In all, 21 schools were interested in Goss.
Anthony Grant, ATH
247Sports says Grant is a three-star recruit, but Rivals says he's a four-star guy. Regardless, Grant comes from the metro-Atlanta area and selected the Noles over UGA, Georgia Tech, Auburn and South Carolina, among plenty of other options.
Dennis Briggs, DE
A consensus four-star prospect, Briggs will be bringing his talents to Taggart's squad, after picking the 'Noles over Miami (FL), Louisville, Mississippi, Mississippi State, South Carolina and UNC, among others.
Warren Thompson, WR
A four-star recruit and considered the 27th-best receiver in Florida, Thompson is now a Seminole. Thompson held 22 offers, and picked the Noles over the likes of Florida, UGA, LSU, Wisconsin and Alabama.
Keyshawn Helton, WR
Recruiting services agree that Helton is a three-star prospect, and he comes to the Big Bend from the panhandle from West Florida Tech. He selected FSU over Coastal Carolina, Central Arkansas and Tennessee.
Adams heads to FSU from Daytona Beach, and chose FSU over 15 other programs, including UNC< Wake Forest, Penn State and Nebraska.