Top-100 Offensive Tackle Lists FSU Football among the top four before the upcoming decision

The end of June was a productive recruiting period for Florida State and the next few weeks could be just as productive. This is a crucial period for the development of #Tribe25.

On Thursday, four-star offensive tackle Lamont Rogers announced he was narrowing down his list of schools and setting a decision date. Rogers plans to announce his commitment on Saturday, July 6, between top-6 FSU, Oklahoma, Texas A&M, Texas, Missouri and SMU.

The Seminoles had a chance to make one last impression on the blue-chip prospect after inviting him for his last official visit in late June. Rogers was only in Tallahassee twice during his recruitment.

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Florida State is probably not the favorite when it's announced, but there's always the possibility of an upset. The Seminoles already have a commitment from five-star Solomon Thomas and continue to hunt highly regarded recruits such as five-star Josh Petty, five-star Ty Haywood, four-star Peyton Joseph, four-star Mario Nash (Mississippi State) and three-star Max Buchanan (Miami).

The 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive tackle is ranked as the No. 55 overall prospect, No. 7 OT and 13th recruit in Texas for the 2025 class, according to 247Sports.

Florida State has nine verbal commitments in #Tribe25, ranking 39th nationally.

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