The Florida State Seminoles are off to a pretty good start to National Signing Day on Wednesday, and it just got better as four-star offensive tackle Roderick Johnson has sent in his Letter of Intent to play his next few years of football in Tallahassee.
I’m told OT Roderick Johnson sent his LOI into #FSU. Another huge pick up.
— Warchant.com (@Warchant) February 5, 2014
Jimbo Fisher and the Seminoles already have one of the top classes in the country, and it just got better with the addition of Johnson this morning.
Johnson is a 6-6, 315-pound monster on the offensive front from the state of Missouri and he chose the Seminoles over the Ohio State Buckeyes, which did not come as a surprise to many.
For as much focus is put on the skilled players at FSU, Fisher has put a lot of emphasis on line play in his time in Tallahassee, which helped the ‘Noles capture their first national championship this past season since 1999.
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