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FSU football signee Wren sets state meet record, wins 60 meters title again

Speedy Florida State running back signee Corey Wren might actually be getting faster.

Wren, who signed with the Seminoles in February, won his fourth consecutive Louisiana state championship in the 60 meters on Saturday.

He also broke his own state record with a time of 6.79 seconds; Wren established the previous mark of 6.82 in 2018.

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Florida State running back signee Corey Wren
Florida State running back signee Corey Wren (Sam Spiegelman)

While pleased with the victory, Wren said he actually expected to post a faster time.

"I was a little disappointed -- the goal was 6.6," Wren told the Baton Rouge Advocate, adding that he expects to lower that time at next month's national meet.

Wren was rated a three-star prospect by Rivals but is considered one of the fastest players in the country.

In case you missed it, here is our recent signee profile video on Wren, with analysis from our Michael Langston and comments from Florida State's coaches:


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