- Corey Dowlar, RecruitingNation
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- As unofficial visits go, confirmation of prospects on campus can't really be verified until right before the game.
Florida State's extensive list of visitors was just that, but there also were some additions and subtractions. NoleNation takes a look at some of the changes.
Who didn't show
Laremy Tunsil: The five-star offensive tackle out of Lake City did not trip down I-10 to Tallahassee with the rest of his Columbia High School teammates.
Tim Williams: Placed high on Florida State's wish list, the four-star defensive end was a no-show out of the state of Louisiana. Williams does plan on coming to Tallahassee at a later date for an official visit.
C.J. Worton: The 2014 wide receiver commitment was unable to make the trip up from Miami due to a logistical breakdown. He was scheduled to attend along with fellow junior receiver commitment Jake McCrary.
Jake McCrary: The 2014 wide receiver commitment was unable to make the trip up from Miami due to a logistical breakdown. He was scheduled to attend along with fellow junior receiver commitment C.J. Worton.
Who did show
A'Shawn Robinson: An ESPN 150 commitment to the Texas Longhorns, this four-star defensive tackle from the Lone Star State was an unexpected bonus for the Seminoles this weekend. His visit counted as an official one.
Leon McQuay III: The uncommitted four-star safety showed up at Florida earlier in the day raising some questions as to whether he would get to Tallahassee later on. Well, he did, and is now planning a second trip back later in the year.
Freddie Stevenson: Not really a surprise, but the Seminoles linebacker commitment did show on campus for his official visit.