The 247Sports Composite Rankings, an algorithm that compiles rankings from four major media recruiting services, has seen significant changes following updates to Rivals’ 2024 recruiting rankings. Notably, several Florida State commitments have shifted in the rankings. Luke Kromenhoek, a four-star quarterback commit from Benedictine Military School in Savannah, Georgia, rose from No. 99 overall to No. 47 and is now the No. 6 signal caller in the country according to the Composite. Elijah Moore, a four-star wide receiver commit from Good Counsel in Olney, Maryland saw his ranking increase by 52 spots to No.188 overall and is now ranked as the No.30 wideout nationally.

Other minor changes include five-star tight end commit Landen Thomas moving from No.29 overall to No.34 and four-star offensive line commit Jonathan Daniels moving up one spot to rank at No.103.

Florida State currently holds the nation’s fifth-best overall recruiting class with commitments from 21 prospects including their most highly rated commitment so far – five-star defensive back KJ Bolden.