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College  | Recruiting  | 11/13/2023

Head of the Class: No. 10 Florida State

Tyler Henninger     
10. Florida State Seminoles



Full 2024 Recruiting Class

Head Coach: Link Jarrett | Recruiting Coordinator: Ty Megahee
Total Commitments: 14 | Top 100 Commits: 5



Top 5 Recruits

RK Name Pos.  HT  WT B-T High School Hometown ST
7 Hunter Carns C 6-0 190 R-R First Coast Jacksonville FL
12 Chase Mobley RHP 6-6 200 R-R Durant Plant City FL
17 Myles Bailey 1B 6-4 235 L-R Lincoln Tallahassee FL
90 Noah Sheffield SS 6-1 180 R-R Tampa Jesuit Tampa FL
95 Dylan Jordan RHP 6-3 205 R-R Viera Melbourne FL


The Seminoles put together a Top-10 recruiting class for the second time in the last three years. Nine total position players and five arms make up a quality group from top to bottom. The class features a total of five Top-100 prospects, two more players within the Top-200, and a total of ten players from the Top-400. A heavy focus seemed to be put into dominating the Florida recruiting scene. The Seminoles' top seven recruits are from the sunshine state, managing to bring in three of the top four players in the state. 

The three-headed monster of Hunter Carns, Chase Mobley, and Myles Bailey is one of the better trio of recruits in the entire country. All three players rank within the Top-20 in the class and bring a loud set of tools with them. Carns, the 7th ranked prospect in the class, features some of the best power in the country, which was on full display during his MVP run in Jupiter this year. The backstop will look to pair with Myles Bailey in the middle of the order. The left-handed hitting slugger brings a thunderous bat of his own and could provide dynamic left-right power combination with Carns. Meanwhile on the mound, Chase Mobley has top of the rotation potential. Ranked as the top right-hander in the class, Mobley pounds the zone with an overpowering fastball that has been up to 97 mph and continues to show an improved slider. Despite being young for the class, the right-hander possesses a calm presence on the mound and is able to control games throughout. 

Adding to the position player group, shortstop Noah Sheffield is an advanced athlete with an impressive bloodline and obvious upside at the plate. Fast hands creating big bat speed can backspin balls and hints at plenty of power down the line. He will be joined by Adonys Velez, Jack Lines, and Jace Estes on the infield. Meanwhile, outfielders BJ Gibson and Kameron Davis (also a football recruit) both bring intriguing power and athleticism. 

On the mound, right-hander Dylan Jordan may not have as loud of stuff as Mobley, but he is not far behind. The fastball can work up to 94 mph with tons of arm side run. A sweeping slider and heavy fading changeup both can be thrown for strikes and make for a loud repertoire as a whole. Matt Hoag brings a mix of projection and present stuff from the left side, adding another intriguing arm for the Seminoles. Left-hander Elijah Jones and right-hander Rhett Vaughn round out the class.  

The group has obvious side with both the potential for star power and depth. The Seminoles lineup could see multiple day one starters with the ability to impact games from the time they step on campus.