FSU spring football game looks to be huge recruiting weekend for the Seminoles
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FSU Football Recruiting: Four things to watch for at spring game

In-person recruiting is still not allowed by the NCAA due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that won't stop dozens of elite prospects from making their way to Tallahassee this Saturday for the FSU spring game.

Thanks to the efforts of several committed players and recent signees, the Seminoles are expecting a massive turnout of top targets for the 2022 and 2023 classes.

With that in mind, here's a detailed look at many of those recruits and what will be on tap this weekend.

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Five-star FSU commit Travis Hunter will put his recruiter hat on this weekend during the Seminoles' spring game.
Five-star FSU commit Travis Hunter will put his recruiter hat on this weekend during the Seminoles' spring game. (Rivals.com)

Who is on commit watch?

When it comes to FSU spring game, the biggest attraction for many recruiting fans is learning which prospects might jump on board and commit to the 'Noles. And while no recruits have suggested they are announcing this weekend, there are some that we are keeping an eye on who could possibly make a decision after the FSU spring game visit.

Let's start at the quarterback position. First, you would have to list Pace Academy four-star QB MJ Morris as the biggest one to watch. Morris has hinted he would like to take other visits, but he also made it clear in a couple of interviews with Warchant that if he felt comfortable and saw enough, he could go ahead and make a decision. He's hoping to make one by the end of May. This has also been a very anticipated visit by the FSU staff, which has pushed really hard for Morris. So if he sees what he needs to with the offense and the comfort level is high, he's one to watch. I have him Forecasted for FSU at this point and time.

A late addition to the visit list was Rivals100 QB AJ Duffy, who we feel is probably the most coveted option for the 'Noles. He decided to delay his decision from March 31 so he could take more visits. Duffy has hinted about seeing more schools, but it's not totally out of the question that if he loves this trip and sees what he needs to see that he could make a decision. I would say it's a higher probability that Morris makes a decision than Duffy. But you never know in recruiting. FSU is in a close battle with Arizona State for this one, and Duffy continues to have a really good relationship with FSU offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham. Duffy's father also has a really close bond with FSU head coach Mike Norvell. So this will be an interesting situation to follow for the spring game.

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