FSU recruiting: Five-star receiver Hykeem Williams commits to Seminoles

There has just been a landslide in the recruiting landscape and the epicenter is in Tallahassee. The Florida State Seminoles have secured a verbal commitment from Hykeem Williams, one of the nation’s top high school prospects, regardless of position.

Williams, who measures 6’3,200 pounds, is a bona fide 5-star wide receiver from Fort Lauderdale, FL. He is considered the 22nd best player in the country according to the 247 Sports Composite rankings (4th best WR and 5th best player in Florida). Coveted by nearly every major school in the nation and with offers of a who’s-who under current power programs, Williams announced today for Florida State on the Texas A&M Aggies, Pittsburgh Panthers, Miami Hurricanes and Georgia Bulldogs.

Williams immediately becomes the crown jewel of the 2023 recruiting class for the Seminoles. He’s a man among the guys and already has a college-ready frame. It is no stranger to him to spend time in Tallahassee, he plans to officially drop by in November for the showdown with the Florida Gators.

Williams plays for Stranahan High School, where he teamed up with current Seminole linebacker Omar Graham, Jr. The two now plan to work together in Tallahassee for the next few years.

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In 2021, Williams was named a Sun Sentinel All-Broward 5A-1A first-team squad for offense after collecting 40 catches for 750 yards and 11 touchdowns.

He becomes the second blue-chip prospect to commit to Norvell’s Noles this week, after 4-star linebacker Blake Nichelson pledged his services Tuesday night.

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As always, get more information by checking out the Tomahawk Nation recruitment thread and stay tuned, if The three stars will have more on Nichelson’s commitment to the Noles.

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