Rivals 5-star Challenge: Ten FSU recruits to watch

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Other FSU targets to watch:
WR Artavis Scott
Scott is certainly high on the FSU board. Early on, I would have said this is a Michigan/FSU battle, but Central Florida is the dark horse here and making some noise because former teammate Pete Dinovo is likely to be the quarterback there. It is likely Scott will attend one of the FSU camps this summer, but he hasn't decided which one yet. Scott is very close with Dawsey. At every 1-on-1 event, Scott has made a big splash. Hard to think it will change even with the competition.
WR Josh Malone
The 'Noles are making a surge. Malone plans to visit Florida State in July for the camp and we hear he is staying in Tallahassee for a few days. Tennessee is the biggest competition, but Georgia has also jumped into the mix.
DT Derrick Nnadi
Nnadi has Virginia/Virginia Tech as his two top schools even though he did back away from that some. Family pressure to stay close to home is really the biggest obstacle FSU is fighting with Nnadi, who is scheduled to visit FSU in July. If FSU can win over his mother and the rest of the family about the distance, this one could get interesting.
OT Demetrius Knox
I'm interested the most to see Knox in action against some of these pass rushers. I want to see what his quickness is like and how that could translate to the college level. Ohio State, FSU are the main schools I hear mentioned the most. He does talk up Ohio State a little more than FSU, but he really connects with Brewster.
DE Davon Godchaux
Texas A&M seems to be the leader, but he plans to visit FSU in July. He tells me that FSU is recruiting him the hardest, so this is a recruitment to monitor very closely as we hit the summer camp time.
DE Kentavious Street
Street's stock has started to dip some and I don't get the impression he's as high on the board as he used to be with Florida State. N.C. State and LSU were recently named his leaders, but Georgia and FSU (early favorites) have dropped some as they are not pushing for him as hard. FSU hopes to have Street at its July camp.