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Kentron Poitier

Kentron Poitier - Football - Florida State Seminoles

Player profile

Wide Receiver
Redshirt Sophomore
Coconut Grove, Fla.
high school
Miami Palmetto


Appeared in all 13 games…made 14 receptions for 283 yards and four touchdowns…FSU’s Offensive Most Improved Player…receiving touchdowns total ranked second on team…had fewest receptions by FSU player with at least four touchdown catches since 2008…led team with career-high four catches for career-best 84 yards in season-opening 47-7 win vs. Duquesne…total vs. Dukes included career-long 48-yard grab…had team-high 45 receiving yards on one catch in 49-17 win vs. Louisiana…made three catches for 37 yards and one touchdown in 45-38 victory vs. Florida…had two receptions for 29 yards and one touchdown in 38-3 win at Syracuse…caught 31-yard touchdown pass in 44-14 win vs. Boston College…made 25-yard touchdown reception vs. No. 4 Clemson…caught two passes for 32 yards in 41-16 win vs. Georgia Tech.


Played in 11 games and made four receptions for 22 yards…had five-yard catch vs. Jacksonville State…made seven-yard reception vs. North Carolina State…caught five-yard pass at Clemson and vs. Miami.


Played in six games and caught four passes for 39 yards…made two catches for 22 yards in collegiate debut at No. 12 Miami…caught nine-yard pass in 41-24 win vs. Jacksonville State…had eight-yard reception in 56-35 win vs. Duke…also saw action at Louisville, vs. Pitt and at North Carolina State.


Three-star rated as No. 68 wide receiver nationally and 53rd-best prospect in Florida by 247Sports…rated 63rd among wide receivers and 66th in state by Rivals…made 36 receptions for 507 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior, helping lead Palmetto to 8A regional semifinals…caught 29 passes for 538 yards and eight touchdowns during junior campaign as Panthers won 10 games and advanced to regional semifinal round of state playoffs…also played basketball, averaging 14.1 points and 8.9 rebounds per game as a sophomore…chose Florida State over Florida and Syracuse.