How to predict which FSU commits will get a scholarship offer after the season

The next recruiting cycle is just a few months away, and it seems the Seminoles are still making decisions on which FSB commitments will get scholarships after the 2018 recruiting cycle.

As mentioned in a tweet earlier this week, the first FSU commit to receive an offer from the Big Ten after the 2019 recruiting cycle was cornerback Brandon Williams.

Williams received an offer to play for the FSU football team, which could result in a scholarship, but there is no guarantee he will accept the offer.

He was also considered by many to be the top cornerback in the 2019 class, so it is unclear if the Seminole coaching staff is willing to give him a scholarship.

Other FSU recruits, including quarterback Zach Mettenberger and running back Dwayne Washington, have also received offers.

However, the timing of the news on Mettenberggs offer and the commitment of Washington may be the most important to FSU fans.

The Seminoles have only three scholarship slots available for the 2018 class, which includes two wide receivers and a running back.

With two of the three spots open, and Mettenberg and Washington already on the board, the Seminols could potentially go with a wide receiver in a top 10 recruiting class in the nation.

If that does not happen, it would appear FSU is leaning towards going with a running game, and that means Washington could potentially be the No. 2 running back in the 2018 Rivals.com 247Sports Composite.

The 5-foot-11, 210-pound running back out of the University of Southern California (USC) was ranked as the No, 6 running back by 247Sports last season.

Washington, on the other hand, is considered one of the top receivers in the country by Rivals.

He received offers from Alabama, Alabama State, Florida, Georgia, LSU, Tennessee, Texas and Washington State.

If Washington and Mettwbergg are the only running backs in the top 10, Washington is likely the top-rated in the class.

However as the number of top-tier running backs increase, the class could be dominated by receivers and quarterbacks.

If Washington ends up playing quarterback for the Seminol offense, he would be the best running back available in the 247Sports top-10 class.

Washington is expected to sign with the Seminos this week after receiving a visit from coach Mike Norvell.

The quarterback is expected return to school after spending his senior season in the FBS.

If he decides to return to the FCS ranks, Washington could play for FSU or enter the NFL draft.

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