TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Florida State football team continued its success on the recruiting trail on National Signing Day on Wednesday, wrapping up its 2015 class with a nation-leading five five-star signees, according to Rivals, and ending with the fourth Top 3 class in five years under head coach Jimbo Fisher.
The Seminoles inked 12 star high school seniors and one junior college All-American for next fall on Wednesday. The 13 signees along with eight Seminole early enrollees brings Florida State’s 2015 class to 21 athletes.
In addition to the five five-star signees, FSU’s 2015 class features 11 ESPN Top 300 prospects, 11 four-star recruits, nine Under Armour All-Americans and three U.S. Army All-Americans.
Rivals has five FSU signees tabbed as five stars, while Alabama, Tennessee and LSU tied for second with four five-star players. Rivals only gave 34 athletes a five-star rating.
Florida State’s 2015 class is rated the second-best in the nation by ESPN and No. 3 by both Rivals and 247Sports.
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