Florida State football landed another big commitment on Monday, as safety Israel Mukuamu put on a Seminoles hate and committed to FSU.
But the Seminoles hat was not the first hat he picked up during his ceremony at his former high school, Berkeley in South Carolina. The 6-foot-4 safety first grabbed for an Oklahoma State before changing pace and picking up a South Carolina hat, which he put on his head to loud cheers around the room.
But he quickly took off the South Carolina hat and grabbed the Florida State one, announcing his commitment to the Seminoles and coach Jimbo Fisher.
You can see the hat games that Mukuamu played below:
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Mukuamu is the latest commitment to Florida State, which has been rolling along. FSU picked up three commitments on Friday, highlighted by 5-star defensive back Akeem Dent. FSU also landed 3-star safety Johnathan Huggins and 3-star receiver Marquez Ezzard.
Mukuamu kept it going, as the Bossier City (La.) Parkway safety brought the FSU class to 17 members. South Carolina originally offered Mukuamu early on in his high school career, when he still was playing at Berkeley. He moved to Parkway when he family relocated after his junior season.
Mukuama is a 3-star recruit, according to the 247Sports composite rankings.