NCAAF: Florida State lands 4-star QB Smigiel in 2026 class


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Four-star quarterback Brady Smigiel has committed to play for Florida State in a major recruiting win for the Seminoles.

“God is good. I’m home,” Smigiel posted Saturday on X with an image showing his commitment to Florida State.

A rising junior out of Newbury Park in southern California, Smigiel is widely considered the number five quarterback prospect in the 2026 class.

He chose Florida State after a last-minute, several-day trip to Florida, reportedly meeting with many players along with coach Mike Norvell. He had also been considering Washington, Ohio State and Oregon, while holding offers from Michigan, Georgia, Notre Dame and others.

In his high school career so far, the 6-foot-5, 205-pound Smigiel has amassed 7,701 passing yards and 98 touchdowns to 25 interceptions. He has a completion rate of 61.8 percent.

–Field Level Media


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