Florida State's commitments are having big campaigns as the high school season is nearly halfway complete. Here are some prospects who had exceptional weekends.
Levonte "Kermit" Whitfield: The ESPN 150 athlete held true to his ranking on Friday night. Making a big impact as a receiver isn't anything new, and Whitfield reported that he caught at least seven passes for more than 100 yards for Jones High School. He also threw two touchdown passes.
Isaiah Jones: The 6-foot-4, 195-pound wide receiver was a steady target for his Milton squad, hauling in five passes in the win. Jones also rushed for more than 30 yards and scored a touchdown.
Christian Morgan: Florida State's lone tight end commit hauled in his fourth touchdown catch of the season as Prestonwood Christian was victorious.
Tyrell Lyons: First Coast's win on Friday night was aided by a strong defensive performance from linebacker Lyons, who reported 10 tackles. First Coast beat West Nassau 34-24.
Michael Johnson: Because of Booker T. Washington's emphatic 53-0 win, Johnson didn't have as many snaps as he usually would. The starters were withdrawn early in the lopsided win, but Johnson still had time to record an interception and a handful of tackles.