Florida State Football Recruiting: Why Seminoles Had a Monster Signing Day

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Florida State Football Recruiting: Why Seminoles Had a Monster Signing Day
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The Florida State Seminoles added to their defensive line haul Wednesday morning when Eddie Goldman became a Seminole.

The Florida State Seminoles entered national signing day with the No. 7 recruiting class according to Rivals.com, but after securing commitments from 5-star defensive tackle Eddie Goldman (Washington, District of Columbia) and 4-star cornerback Colin Blake (San Antonio, TX), there are plenty of reasons to believe more prospects are on their way to Tallahassee on Wednesday afternoon.

The Seminoles are still in play for as many as four more big-name prospects, who are all expected to announce later this afternoon.

Expectations for Jimbo Fisher and his staff will be high in 2012 after underachieving in 2011, which makes this recruiting class even more important for the Seminoles.

Many of the players in this class will have a chance to see the field as true freshmen and will play a vital role on a Florida State team that returns 17 starters from last year's 9-4 season.

Here is a look at some of the prospects the Seminoles have already received commitments from today and why they have had one of the biggest signing days in the country.

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