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February 8, 2006
Is tight end the missing link for FSU's offense?
John Lilly was hired as Florida State's recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach back in 1998. Before last Wednesday, that's the last time the 'Noles signed a true tight end that actually enrolled in school. Since then it has been one strike out after another for FSU when trying to recruit tight ends.
Warren, a five-star prospect according to Rivals.com, racked up 26 receiving touchdowns the past two seasons for Alcoa High School in Tennessee. Piurowski, the son of FSU Hall of Fame linebacker Paul Piurowski, is a four-star prospect and the top rated prep tight end in the state of Florida.
With a player like Warren, who possesses an impressive combination of athleticism and speed, there is no excuse for the tight end not becoming a major part of the offense over the next few seasons.
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