Tag:Deadrin Senat
Posted on: February 9, 2012 9:46 am

2/9 Recruiting Roundup

Posted by Bryan Fischer

As usual, expect lots of commitments at Texas' Junior Day.

 Urban Meyer calls the Big Ten's gentlement's agreement "nonsense" and Lane Kiffin defends him.

 Defensive tackle Deadrin Senat has a big future ahead of him at Florida State.

 Georgia may add a "mystery" football recruit.

 The final rankings tell the story of how Oregon's past recruiting classes fared.

 Alabama has their eye on Georgia's prized quarterback commit.

 For Oklahoma and others in the state, recruiting is very much a junior-driven thing.

 Ross Els is getting busy as Nebraska's new recruiting coordinator.

 Some video fo Tosh Lupoi talking his departure from Cal and recruiting at Washington.

 Hawaii had a late add to their 2012 class in Juco defensive end Quenton Brown.
Posted on: February 7, 2012 11:08 am

Senat signs up for Florida State's 2013 class

Posted by Bryan Fischer

Florida State grabbed an impressive defensive line class on Signing Day and it appears they're hitting the position again in 2013. Immokalee (Fla.) defensive tackle Deadrin Senat isn't afraid of a little competition and is excited to join the next wave of top recruits headed to Tallahassee.

 "I actually committed to Florida State at the junior day after getting that offer, but wanted to keep it quiet until after signing day," Senat told Warchant.com. "I felt with FSU I could get playing time and the coaches treat everyone equally. I have a good relationship with FSU defensive line coach Odell Haggins."

The 6-foot-1, 300-pounder also held offers from in-state schools Florida and Miami in addition to others from Georgia and Tennessee. The comfort factor with Florida State however, was what led to his commitment.

"FSU runs the 4-3 defense and I just felt at home there. Our coach is actually an alum of Florida State, so we run a lot of the similar formations that they do," he said. "I'm very familiar with FSU because I attended some games."

Senat finished his junior season with nearly 70 tackles and a sack from his interior line position. He gives the Seminoles four commitments for next year, all but one of whom are in-state players, after the program wound up with CBS Sports' sixth-ranked class when all was said and done with the class of 2012.
The views expressed in this blog are solely those of the author and do not reflect the views of CBS Sports or CBSSports.com