FSU hauled in the No. 4 recruiting class in country, according to 247sports.com.
Here's a closer look at the key players in the Seminoles' 2014 recruiting class.
FIVE IMPACT PLAYERS
• Dalvin Cook, RB, 6-0, 205, Miami/Central
Top prospect in Florida has size, speed and instincts to find field early after FSU lost two junior RBs to NFL Draft.
• Trey Marshall, DB, 6-0, 196, Lake City/Columbia
Marshall is fully healthy after suffering a ruptured stomach during his senior season. His ability to play anywhere in the secondary will make him a contributor.
• Ermon Lane, WR, 6-3, 200 Homestead/Homestead
Physically imposing prospect adds much needed size to thin group of WRs.
• Travis Rudolph, WR, 6-2, 190, West Palm Beach/ Cardinal Newman
With Kenny Shaw and Kelvin Benjamin leaving, FSU can use a lot of help at WR. Rudolph may be the most polished WR in the country and is prepared to play right away.
• Demarcus Christmas, DT, 6-3, 300, Bradenton/Manatee
FSU coach Jimbo Fisher feels he is the top recruit in the country. Need for depth at DT makes Christmas a valuable commodity.
REST OF THE CLASS
Kareem Are, OL, 6-6, 336, Fort Scott (Kan.)/Fort Scott C.C.
Kain Daub, LB, 6-4, 243, Jacksonville/Sandalwood
Stephen Gabbard, LS, 6-3, 215, Tallahassee/Godby
J.J. Cosentino, QB, 6-4, 225, Pittsburgh (Pa.)/ Central Catholic
Adam Torres, DT, 6-4, 280, Lake Mary/ Lake Mary
Brock Ruble, OL, 6-8, 320, Hyattsville (Md.)/Dematha Catholic