Commitment Impact: Zane Herring is a ‘Nole

In an effort to turn the tide on the offensive line the coaching staff has put a premium on the position. Their efforts have finally come to fruition with a commitment from fan favorite Zane Herring. The three-star lineman from Madison County High (same school as Travis Jay) is a versatile lineman with strength and loads of potential.

Herring is happy to be a ‘Nole and he’s ready to get to work on the recruiting trail with four-star quarterback commit Jeff Sims.

“It feels great, I’m just ready to recruit guys with my boy Jeff.”

He got a chance to take in practice while on campus for Zane Herring Day in his honor.

“Practice was great,” Herring said to recruiting writer Jeremiah Zanders. Everybody played with a high intensity and offense and defense were back and forth. I see a lot of progress in the OL.”

Herring has over 10 offers but has long favored FSU during the recruiting process. He’s a prospect who will take a figurehead role in the class and get other prospects to FSU. Being the first offensive line commit in the class is a good start for not only him but the staff. Herring can easily be a starter after a couple if years in the strength and conditioning program and learning from Coach Clements.

He will probably settle in at right tackle which accentuates his strengths as a player. This is a huge commit this early in the cycle and allows the staff to concentrate on other targets. The staff is #DoingSomething here, and if it shows on the field then they’ll really be a problem for future opponents, a big one.

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