Florida State continues to reel in commitments. On Monday afternoon, Lake Mary, Fla. defensive tackle/offensive lineman Adam Torres made a decision to become a Seminole.
Two weeks ago, he visited FSU during the Jimbo Fisher Camp. He was impressed enough to make a return visit this past weekend, this time with his Mother. After going home to mull things over and discuss his options with his family, he decided it was time to make his decision.
"Yes, I committed to Florida State," he said via text message.
The 6-foot-5, 265 pound prospect selected FSU over South Carolina and Miami He can play on either side of the ball, but will likely end up on defense. He told ScarletNation.com (Rutgers' site on Rivals.com) earlier this year, "I played nose guard last season and had 14 tackles for loss and four sacks," he said."But I'm playing outside next year at D-end."
Torres is FSU's 22nd commitment for the 2014 class and the fourth defensive end. He is ranked No. 33 at his position and No. 60 in the state.