Who’s done well since June 1 and who hasn’t

Who’s done well since June 1 and who hasn’t


Okay, maybe we can take a breath. 

It’s been a hectic five weeks for colleges and high school football players since the NCAA lifted the dead period on June 1. Colleges hosted players on a daily basis in June while high school football teams and athletes crisscrossed the country taking visits and competing in camps, 7-on-7s and private workouts.

Dozens of players have announced their college plans, with several declaring their intentions during a busy July 4th weekend.

A lot will happen before the early signing period in December and certainly nothing is set in stone until student-athletes sign a National Letter of Intent, but here’s a look at who had a good month and who didn’t.

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Good month

FSU football coach Mike Norvell debuted his custom Polaris Slingshot on June 1 during Midnight Madness with recruits visiting for the first time since March 2020.

Florida State: Mike Norvell set the tone for the post-dead period with Midnight Madness and the debut of his custom Slingshot Polaris on June 1. The Seminoles are building an outstanding class, adding standout Stranahan LB Omar Graham Jr. and a trio of out-of-state four-star linemen during the final week of June. Florida State likely needs a big improvement from its three-win campaign in 2020 to hold on to all of its commits, but there’s no denying the Seminoles’ momentum heading into the start of the high school season.



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