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ESPN: Florida State Prepared To "Make Noise" On Recruiting Trail

A general view of Florida State's football field.

TALLAHASSEE, FL - OCTOBER 4: A genral view of Bobby Bowden field at Doak Campbell Stadium on October 4, 2014 in Tallahassee, Florida. (Photo by Jeff Gammons/Getty Images)

The Seminoles are prepared to make a splash in the final period of the 2018 cycle.

Florida State's 2018 recruiting class doesn't look very FSU-like right now.

The Seminoles' class currently has just 10 commitments and is ranked the No. 34 class in the country, No. 6 in the ACC.

Fear not, though, FSU fans. The Seminoles are far from done on the recruiting trail.

ESPN says they're the team prepared to "make noise" in the final months.

ESPN 300 quarterback James Foster is still on the board, which should be a big remaining target, as the staff doesn't have a quarterback in this class. Taggart could also try to get some of the prospects who originally decommitted from Florida State back in the fold with Antoine Green, Jashaun Corbin and a few who decommitted from Oregon when Taggart left. That includes ESPN 300 defensive back Isaiah Bolden, who has yet to make a decision.

If Taggart can close strong and finish the class on a positive note on the February signing day, it will be easier for Florida State fans to forget that the Seminoles are currently ranked No. 36 overall in the class rankings.

Taggart did get a huge commitment earlier in the week, too, when five-star defensive back surprisingly flipped from Ohio State to Florida State.

You can view FSU's full class here.