We've been saying for over a year that Florida State's 2013 roster may wind up resetting 2001 Miami's record for first round draft picks on a single roster, and now others are finally taking notice.
Derek Stephens from NFLDraftScout.com previewed FSU's potential 2015 draft class for CBSSports.com this week, observing that FSU has as many as ten players who could be top three prospects in the 2015 draft.
Stephens highlighted Jameis Winston, P.J. Williams, Cam Erving, and Mario Edwards, Jr. as especially high level prospects. One player on Stephens' list that hasn't shown up much on others just yet was Tyler Hunter, about whom Stephens said the following:
An explosive, quick athlete with the versatility to line up at multiple spots in the defensive backfield, Hunter is also a big-play threat as a punt returner and if able to stay healthy in 2014, could draw high-round interest come draft day.
Hunter's return to the FSU secondary restores yet another high-level prospect to a defense already possessing an embarrassing wealth of riches in 2014. Enjoy it while you can, Seminole fans. This kind of roster is rare, even by the standards set in Tallahassee.