Conyers (Ga.) Heritage three-star wide receiver Jordan Young has committed to Florida State.
Young flipped from Tennessee to the Seminoles during National Signing Day. He made the move official by sending in his letter-of-intent.
FSU hosted the 6-foot-2, 185-pound wide receiver on an official visit this past weekend.
Wide receivers coach David Kelly and running backs coach Donte’ Pimpleton, along with others, played a major role in his recruitment.
He explained his decision to switch from the Vols to the ‘Noles.
“Florida State is a place full of energy,” Young said. “They are a family who moves like a pack.
“Coaching staff showed true interest in not only me, but also made sure my family felt like family,” Young added.
He also believes becoming a Seminole better prepares him to achieve a few goals he has for the future of his football career.
“You go down to FSU for two reasons – to win a Natty and to buy you momma a house,” Young said.
As a senior, Young had 66 receptions for 1,562 receiving yards and 17 receiving touchdowns.
Despite those gaudy stats, Young largely flew under the radar until Tennessee came calling in early January.
The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Young as the No. 64 wide receiver in the nation.