The hits just keep coming for Florida State. Just a couple days after receiving a scholarship offer, Madison County tight end Charlie Graham told a handful of Seminole coaches Friday night that was going to sign with the Garnet and Gold.
"Yes, he committed," Carroll told Warchant.com. "He committed to coach (Jody) Allen, (Mickey) Andrews, coach (Kevin) Steele and coach (Odell) Haggins."
Graham played a little tailback for the Cowboys running for just over 400 yards. But the Cowboy senior excels at blocking, something the Seminole coaches fell in love with.
"Coach Lilly really liked Charlie at the state championship," Carroll told Warchant.com Wednesday. "They need a tight end. A few of them that they projected may have fallen through."
Graham averaged around five to six pancake blocks a game and 10 studio blocks. He earned many honors this season, All-Big Bend being one of them.
With Graham's decision Friday night, FSU is up to 10 verbal commitments for the class of 2005. Last year at this time the 'Noles had six verbal commitments.