Publish Date: 02/07/2019
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
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After an atrocious year from the offensive line, Florida State hopes its found its future starting five.
3-star tackle Ira Henry became the fifth offensive lineman to join FSU’s 2019 class on Wednesday afternoon with his commitment. 3-star tackle Darius Washington committed to the Seminoles earlier in the day.
Henry was a battle between FSU and Auburn. Listed at 6-foot-5 and 320 pounds, the St. Louis native is listed as the No. 916 overall prospect for 2019 and the 76th-best tackle, per the 247Sports Composite rankings. Henry is the No. 19 prospect in Missouri.[mytwitter url=”https://twitter.com/WCIA3Bret/status/1093241777048485889″]
Henry becomes FSU’s 23rd overall prospect and sixth offensive lineman along with 4-star guard Dontae Lucas and 3-stars Jay Williams, Maurice Smith and the aforementioned Washington. FSU entered the day with the 15th overall class per the Composite. It still ranks 15th.
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