BREAKING: FSU Football Beats Out Texas Longhorns For Elite Defensive Tackle

As June draws to a close, Florida State is gaining momentum in the recruiting process. Earlier this week, the Seminoles added four-star wide receiver CJ Wiley and defensive tackle Kevin Wynn, and they also secured two blue-chip commits. They’ll be adding another well-known member to round off the week.

Myron Charles, a four-star defensive tackle, made his decision public on social media on Friday afternoon. Charles chose Florida State over Texas, Florida, and Miami after considering his alternatives among some of the best teams in the nation.
For head coach Mike Norvell and defensive tackles coach Odell Haggins, this is just another significant victory on the road. Charles gave Florida State his final chance on his official visit over the weekend, and the team managed to stave off a push from Texas to win his commitment. Over the previous couple weeks, he has also visited the Gators and the Hurricanes.

Wynn and Charles combine to form one of the Seminoles’ finest high school defensive line hauls in recent memory. With his excellent stature and ample athleticism, he is a dominant force at the prep level. If Charles fulfills his enormous potential, he has the potential to excel at the collegiate level.

The Florida native just finished his junior year at Port Charlotte High School, where he finished with 29 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, and two pass deflections. With greater objectives for his final season, he assisted in leading the team to a postseason berth.

Charles’s arrival means that Florida State currently has seven verbal commitments in #Tribe25. The haul climbs to No. 57 in the nation from No. 64.

According to 247Sports, the 6-foot-4, 295-pound defensive tackle is ranked as the No. 126 overall talent, the No. 14 defensive lineman, and the No. 19 recruit in the Florida 2025 class.



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