Florida State Recruiting: Biggest Remaining Needs for 2013 Class

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Florida State Recruiting: Biggest Remaining Needs for 2013 Class
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Jimbo Fisher is still in search of a handful of top-flight recruits to help FSU ensure a strong finish to their 2013 class.

Jimbo Fisher has established himself as one of the top recruiters in the country—as evidenced by Florida State’s last three recruiting classes being rated among the nation’s best.

The 2013 class has had a different feel to it, with less glamorous positions such as offensive line and linebacker dominating the bulk of the Seminoles' current class of 16 commitments—which lost a member after the recent decommit of corner Sojourn Shelton. 

While FSU does not have a marquee 5-star prospect committed at this point, they have done an admirable job of filling most of their needs—with a few exceptions that they hope to rectify with their remaining open slots. 

So what do they need to add to help round out their class?

Find out in this breakdown of the biggest remaining needs for FSU’s 2013 recruiting class. 

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