Seminoles get their man at tight end

For several months, Florida State had one of the nation’s top tight ends in the class of 2016 committed, as Georgia native Isaac Nauta — widely considered one of the top players at his position in the country — pledged in the spring. But in late July, Nauta parted ways with the Seminoles, opening up a spot for FSU for a senior tight end.

The Florida State staff moved quickly, offering a pair of top prospects from Pennsylvania including Cary Angeline, who is committed to Southern Cal, and Naseir Upshur. Upshur, a product of Philadelphia’s Imhotep Institute Charter High School, is a 6-2, 240-pound talent who the Rivals network lists as the nation’s No. 71 overall player, regardless of position, in the senior class.