Florida State beat out Miami for the commitment of Class of 2019 defensive end Mike Morris of American Heritage School in Plantation, FL and Morris was rubbing it in a little on Sunday.
Morris was at the Rivalscom 3 Stripe Camp in Miami where he took this picture for Chad Simmons doing the Tomahawk Chop, the famed signal of Florida State fans everywhere.
— Chad Simmons (@ChadSimmons_) February 11, 2018
The 4-star defensive end is ranked as the No. 215 player in the Class of 2019 according to the 247Sports composite rankings. He’s the latest star defensive line prospect from American Heritage, which produced 4-stars Nesta Silvera and Andrew Chatfield in the Class of 2018.
Morris has already been committed to Florida State for nearly two years despite the fact that he’s still only a junior in high school. And he didn’t waver when Jimbo Fisher left for Texas A&M and Willie Taggart was hired at Florida State.
The Seminoles still have to survive nearly a year to hold onto his commitment, but seeing him comfortable throwing up the Tomahawk Chop deep into enemy territory certainly has to make Florida State fans and the coaching staff feel good about his commitment.
After finishing with the No. 11-ranked class in the nation on Wednesday, Florida State already has four commitments in the Class of 2019.
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