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2017 Class Outlook: Florida State Seminoles
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (4:11 PM CT, Mon October 17, 2016)
Polite fits the mold perfectly for FSU's system.
Polite fits the mold perfectly for FSU's system.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Tallahassee, FL (Future150) -- Coach Leonard Hamilton always works hard in trying to capture the pipeline kids and bring them to continue their basketball careers in Tallahassee. This 2017 class is no different as three of the four commits are Florida natives. What will these guys bring to the table for FSU? 

Wyatt Wilkes, 6'7" Combo Forward, Winter Park (FL): One of the more versatile players in the 2017 class, Wilkes will be a great addition to the Seminoles roster. He can score the ball from anywhere on offense and is versatile enough to guard the two, three, and four positions on defense. Coach Hamilton will welcome his gritty/never stop hustling type of play. 

RaiQuan Gray, 6'8" Combo Forward, Fort Lauderdale (FL): Another versatile addition to this class, Gray is a bit more skilled in the post than Wilkes and is a bruiser on the wing at 240 pounds. He has potential to be a nightmare on offense with his size, strength, and ability to create of the bounce as well as bang down low with opposing frontcourts. Keep your eyes open for Gray as he could have the biggest impact among all the FSU newcomers during the 2017-18 season. 

Anthony Polite, 6'6" Guard/Forward, Boca Raton (FL): Polite may not have the greatest impact right away among these four freshman but he could wind up playing the greatest role down the road and even be the best pro prospect out of this FSU class. At 6'6" Polite is a crafty finisher at the rim, and can knock down the three point jumper when left open. He is a sneaky athlete and gets after it on the glass and on defense. A perfect mold of a true wing for FSU's system. 

Bryan Trimble, 6'3" Shooting Guard, Wichita (KS): A good, athletic three way scoring option on the wing, Trimble could bring some instant scoring off the bench as a freshman. He runs the floor extremely well and has a great feel for the game, he is a solid spot up shooter and should be very good four year player under Coach Hamilton. 


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