One of FSU's biggest areas of need for this recruiting cycle was not necessarily quantity at the offensive line position but quality -- in particular, getting guys that could play right away if need be.
Like Glauser, Menelik Watson is another junior-college standout that has a chance to earn a starting job from day one at fall camp. With Glauser and Watson on board, the Seminoles could have two new upperclassmen bookends at the tackle spots -- a luxury the team didn't have last year after Andrew Datko went down with a season-ending injury early in the season.
Watson was the first Florida State recruit to sign his National Letter of Intent for the 2012 class.
Date publicly committed to FSU: Jan. 25, 2012