Florida State adds in-state commitment in class of 2025
Florida State broke the seal on its 2025 recruiting class on Wednesday evening.
The Seminoles picked up a commitment from receiver DL Hardison — a high school sophomore from Melbourne, Fla.
Here’s his announcement:
Wouldn’t want it any other way 🍢❤️. Committed to Florida State University. #GoNoles #EGscholarshipfactory @EauGallieHC @QNHall_Uno_JTG @cphat0421 @CoachCharlieW1 @ballakey @SportsBrevard @SWiltfong247 @24k7v7 @Warchant @FSUFootball @Coach_Norvell @CoachYACJohnson @r81dugans pic.twitter.com/yDGDbGfiPA
— DL Hardison (@rockout_dl) October 27, 2022
It’s still very early for the 2025 cycle, but Hardison has already earned a number of impressive scholarship offers. Mississippi State, Kentucky, Indiana, NC State and Texas A&M are amongst the programs who have offered him a scholarship.
Initial recruiting rankings have not been revealed for the class of 2025 yet, but Hardison is on track to be an elite receiver prospect for that cycle.
Shortly after his commitment, coach Mike Norvell acknowledged the addition on Twitter:
— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) October 27, 2022
Hardison is listed at 5-foot-9, 150 pounds. He plays his high school ball for Eau Gallie High School.
Earlier this week, Norvell said he and his staff have been receiving positive feedback from recruits throughout the region. The Florida State coaching staff spent a large portion of the bye week on the recruiting trail.
Here are some highlights from his sophomore season: