Florida State and Mike Norvell have a lot to celebrate this week. First, they finally beat Duke after a three-year losing streak. Then they discovered that Armondo Blount Jr flipped his commitment to Florida from Miami.

Among juniors, he is the best defensive end. According to bookie pay per head sources, he has also confirmed his intention to reclassify into the class 2024. The 2024 class at Florida State features 10 ESPN 300 pledges, including five-star safety Khalil Bolden.

Blount committed to the Hurricanes on September 14, to the delight of people who bet on football. However, he was in Tallahassee this weekend to watch Florida State beat Duke 38-20.

Armondo Blount Jr Flipped his Commitment to Florida

Five-Star Defensive Lineman Armondo Blount Jr Flipped his Commitment to FloridaBlount is 6-foot-4 and 250 pounds. He attended Miami Central High School, more than 10 miles from the University of Miami’s Coral Gables campus. He has recorded 32 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and 8 sacks through the season’s first five games.

Odell Haggins, who has been with the Seminoles football team for 30 years and now serves as assistant head coach and defensive tackle coach, was cited as a significant selling factor.

The Seminoles last signed a five-star defensive end in 2017 when Josh Kaindoh (No. 13 overall) and Marvin Wilson (No. 4 overall) rounded out ESPN’s fourth-ranked recruiting class for that cycle.

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