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2013 Florida State Seminoles signing class

Florida State
Player Pos. Ht/Wt School
Nate Andrews DB 6-0/195 Fairhope (Ala.)
Wilson Bell OL 6-4/296 Prichard (Ala.) Blount
Davarez Bryant DE 6-4/240 New Smyrna Beach
Keith Bryant DT 6-2/306 Delray Beach Atlantic
Ira Denson G 6-4/317 Madison County
John Franklin QB 6-1/171 South Plantation
Ryan Green RB 5-10/187 St. Petersburg Catholic
Ryan Hoefeld C 6-3/265 New Orleans Brother Martin
Desmond Hollin DE 6-4/260 New York ASA JC
Ro'Derrick Hoskins LB 6-3/215 Orlando Evans
Isaiah Jones WR 6-4/210 Milton
Jeremy Kerr TE 6-6/254 St. Petersburg
E.J. Levenberry LB 6-3/230 Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton
Tyrell Lyons LB 6-2/220 Jacksonville First Coast
Jalen Ramsey ATH 6-0/189 Nashville Brentwood Acad.
Matthew Thomas LB 6-3/210 Miami Washington
Marquez White CB 6-1/175 Dothan (Ala.) Northview
Levonte Whitfield WR 5-9/176 Orlando Jones
Jesus Wilson WR 6-1/175 Miami Columbus
Early enrollees
Freddie Stevenson LB 6-1/230 Bartow
DeMarcus Walker DE 6-3/265 Jacksonville Sandalwood
Florida State
Player Pos. Ht/Wt School
Nate Andrews DB 6-0/195 Fairhope (Ala.)
Wilson Bell OL 6-4/296 Prichard (Ala.) Blount
Davarez Bryant DE 6-4/240 New Smyrna Beach
Keith Bryant DT 6-2/306 Delray Beach Atlantic
Ira Denson G 6-4/317 Madison County
John Franklin QB 6-1/171 South Plantation
Ryan Green RB 5-10/187 St. Petersburg Catholic
Ryan Hoefeld C 6-3/265 New Orleans Brother Martin
Desmond Hollin DE 6-4/260 New York ASA JC
Ro'Derrick Hoskins LB 6-3/215 Orlando Evans
Isaiah Jones WR 6-4/210 Milton
Jeremy Kerr TE 6-6/254 St. Petersburg
E.J. Levenberry LB 6-3/230 Woodbridge (Va.) Hylton
Tyrell Lyons LB 6-2/220 Jacksonville First Coast
Jalen Ramsey ATH 6-0/189 Nashville Brentwood Acad.
Matthew Thomas LB 6-3/210 Miami Washington
Marquez White CB 6-1/175 Dothan (Ala.) Northview
Levonte Whitfield WR 5-9/176 Orlando Jones
Jesus Wilson WR 6-1/175 Miami Columbus
Early enrollees
Freddie Stevenson LB 6-1/230 Bartow
DeMarcus Walker DE 6-3/265 Jacksonville Sandalwood

2013 Florida State Seminoles signing class 02/06/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 6, 2013 8:05pm]
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