The second summer edition of the Jimbo Fisher Camp wrapped up this week, and it provided the Seminoles coaching staff with their final opportunity to focus on recruiting before they begin preparations for the 2012 season.
Several big-time 2013 prospects made their way to Tallahassee for the camp, plus with the majority of the current class all but wrapped up (FSU has 17 commitments), Fisher and his staff were able to concentrate on building a foundation for the 2014 and 2015 cycles.
The session proved to be fruitful for the Seminoles, with positive reviews flowing from the top 2013 targets and a pair of commitments for future classes—plus a pledge from a 2014 athlete who was not present in Tallahassee this week.
However, Fisher did lose the pledge of a talented in-state defender.
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