We all took witness of the outstanding class that Florida State was able to cement on Feb. 2. Most would think that I am crazy or even that the analyst are a little out of their minds, but it looks like the 2011 class may be topped by the 2012 class.
It's too early to tell, considering a month hasn't even gone by since National Signing day. I would like to call this a premonition. That's right, I can see the future and I see another No. 1 recruiting class. One that is even better than this years.
Okay, so maybe I can't exactly see the future, but the way things are unfolding thus far it looks like the 2012 class is going to be disgusting.
No disrespect to those who signed to play for Florida State this upcoming season, but what's left on the board and those that have made an early commitment for 2012 already will make your jaw drop.
We already have seven commits for 2012. The list consists of Chris Casher, Mario Pender, P.J. Williams, Dante Fowler Jr., Dalvon Stuckey and Robert Aguayo, but none are bigger than Mario Edwards Jr. He is already listed as a 5-star prospect. All of these players have stated they are solid verbals. Every one of them are on the ESPN 150 watch list right now.
There is also a plethora of star-studded talent that is left to be claimed. As of right now, after a couple junior days in Tallahassee, Florida it seems that the 'Noles are making quite the impression yet again for some highly-regarded recruits. If the rebuilding process stays true to form and Florida State can, in fact, match this years class or out do it, then I believe it's safe to say they're on the right track of returning to a dominant program.