TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida State is going from coast-to-coast to find the next crop of Seminoles.
The Seminoles and head coach Mike Norvell went as far west as California on the first day of the early signing period Wednesday in search of their incoming players.
Arguably the greatest gain for Florida State is a player who's already established himself as a college star. Former Central Florida quarterback McKenzie Milton signed with the Seminoles as a graduate transfer, a few days after announcing his intentions to play for Norvell and compete for the starting job in 2021.
The Seminoles also snagged four-star defensive end George Wilson, who committed to South Carolina but backed out after the Gamecocks fired Will Muschamp.
In all, the Seminoles signed 16 new players to the 2021 class.
"You're definitely filling needs that we have and you'll really think we've done a nice job identifying and attracting the right fit for this football team with where we are and what we need here moving forward," head coach Mike Norvell said.
The Seminoles are preparing for their final regular-season game Saturday at Wake Forest.
Here's a complete list of future Seminoles: