Markell Pack commits to Florida State: Seminoles land star receiver recruit

Streeter Lecka

FSU landed Pack, beating out Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas and others.

Florida State landed a major commitment early Sunday morning in Markell Pack. Pack, of Purvis (Miss.), is an explosive receiver recruit. He was a consensus four-star prospect, and is widely considered one of the 25 best receivers nationally. Pack stands 6'2 and weighs 180 pounds. He also claimed offers from Alabama, Auburn, Arkansas, Clemson, Georgia, LSU, Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Missouri and was receiving interest from Michigan.

He broke the news early Sunday morning via Twitter.

Florida State had an in with Pack thanks to new coach Tim Brewster, formerly of the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

Pack is one of, if not the most talented receiver FSU has recruited during Jimbo Fisher's tenure as head coach.

Pack is dangerous in so many ways. He has the athleticism to get himself open, will fight for the ball, and after the catch, he is basically like a running back. Pack is really, really difficult for defenders to bring down. He also runs better routes than expected, and for being as strong and quick as he is, is quite smooth.

For more on Florida State recruiting, visit Tomahawk Nation.

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