2024 RB Gerald Modest, who was re-offered by FSU on Friday, visited the Seminoles this week


TALLAHASSEE – Miami (Florida) Booker T. Washington junior running back Gerald Modeste traveled to Tallahassee earlier this week with some of his high school teammates to attend Mike Norvell’s 7-on-7 camp. Modest reportedly has nine FBS offers, including Florida State, Miami, Ole Miss and Pitt. On Friday night, he tweeted that he had been offered again by Tallahassee staff. He mentioned the head coach mike norvel and running backs coach david johnson when sharing news of this new offer.

Booker T. Washington’s team took home the trophy for winning the event 7-7 on Wednesday. The day before, Modest and company toured FSU’s campus and facilities.

“It was good,” Modest said of the visit. “The coaches showed love. I spoke to a few players about the training process and things like that.

The 6-foot, 180-pound talent shared what stood out the most during the visit.

“Probably the work ethic,” Modest said. “Their way of working. I like work, so the way they work definitely shown me that I could be here and work with these guys.

He was able to speak with different FSU coaches throughout.

“I talk to coach YAC (Johnson), but yesterday I was talking to everyone,” Modest said. “The coaches showed love, even coach Mike (Norvell).”

Norvell also observed him throughout the 7v7 camp. Modeste described his impression of the leader after meeting him the day before.

“He’s cool, like the way I talk to him, I could talk to any other coach,” Modest explained.

Johnson, her potential trainer, has been in communication with Modest since last year, and the pair have continued to develop their relationship ever since.

“YAC is good,” Modest said. “Since last year, we have talked a lot. I have a strong relationship with him. »

He has no set return date, but when asked if he intended to return for a visit, Modest exclaimed: “Yes, definitely. I really like it here.”

He mentioned Miami and Pittsburgh like schools outside of FSU that stand out in its early recruiting.

modest is currently not rated by 247sports.com.


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