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Florida State Seminoles football signings

Player Pos. HT/WT High school
Chad Abram S 6-0/190 Lakeland Kathleen
Terrence Brooks DB 5-10/180 Dunnellon
Darious Cummings DE 6-3/267 Titusville Astronaut
Greg Dent WR/ATH 6-0/190 Belle Glade Glades Central
Cameron Erving DT 6-5/290 Colquitt County (Ga.)
Dan Foose OL 6-6/295 Paramus (N.J.) Catholic
Christian Green WR 6-2/200 Tampa Catholic
Jarred Haggins WR/ATH 6-0/185 Lakeland
Mike Harris CB 6-0/185 El Camino CC (Calif.)/South Miami
Damien Jacobs DT 6-3/294 Houma (La.) H.L. Bourgeois
De'Joshua Johnson WR 5-11/150 Pahokee
Christian Jones LB 6-3/225 Winter Park Lake Howell
Lamarcus Joyner CB 5-8/175 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas
* Jeff Luc LB 6-1/230 Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast
* Anthony McCloud DT 6-3/295 Itawamba CC (Miss.)
Holmes Onwukaife LB 6-3/230 Cedar Park (Texas)
Tank Sessions TE 6-5/230 Decatur (Ga.) Columbia
Kenny Shaw WR 6-0/160 Orlando Dr. Phillips
* Debrale Smiley RB 6-0/235 Itawamba CC (Miss.)
Telvin Smith LB 6-3/205 Valdosta (Ga.) Lowndes Co.
Nigel Terrell LB 6-2/215 Pelham (Ala.)
* Clint Trickett QB 6-2/175 Tallahassee North Florida Christian
Will Tye TE 6-3/230 Salisbury (Conn.)
Bjoern Werner DE 6-4/264 Salisbury (Conn.)
* Already enrolled

Florida State Seminoles football signings 02/03/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, February 3, 2010 8:12pm]
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