The Florida State Seminoles have struggled to reclaim their dominance in college football over the last few years. They are hoping that a new offensive lineman will be able to help with the turnaround time.

Kimo Makaneole has committed to the Seminoles and will be joining head coach Mike Norvell’s team next fall.

Makaneole, a three-star offensive guard, currently plays for Niceville High School in Florida and has been dominant in the trenches for the Eagles. Makaneole won’t have to travel far from home to attend school; Tallahassee is just a two-hour drive from his hometown.

In addition to FSU, he also received offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado, Duke, East Carolina, Kansas, Louisiana, Louisville, LSU, Mississippi State, Missouri, NC State, Pittsburgh, South Alabama, Southern Miss, Texas A&M, Tulane, and Virginia Tech. He is expected to play guard at the college level, but he does have experience as an offensive tackle as well.

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