Florida State commit Lamont Green Jr. is having an incredible senior season.

According to his father, who also played at Florida State, Green has totaled 51 tackles, 26 tackles for loss and 18 sacks so far during his high school campaign.

Green’s father, Lamont Green Sr., played for the Noles in the late 1990’s and was a captain on FSU’s 1998 team. He led the team with 73 tackles that season as Florida State reached the National Championship Game.

The younger Green appears to be on a path toward stardom as well. He had 5 sacks in a recent high school game and is becoming one of the most important defensive recruits in Florida State’s 2023 class.

He ranks as the No. 254 overall player and the No. 29 EDGE prospect in the country, per 247Sports Composite rankings. He’s also the No. 50 player from the state of Florida.

Green is listed at 6-foot-4, 228 pounds. He attends Gulliver Prep in Miami. If he continues to develop well, he could see early playing time alongside the Noles’ defensive front.

Here are some midseason highlights from Green’s senior year at Gulliver Prep: