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FSU has offered quaterback Zeke Pike out of Dixie Heights HS in Kentucky. Many consider Pike to be...

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FSU has offered quaterback Zeke Pike out of Dixie Heights HS in Kentucky. Many consider Pike to be one of the top quarterbacks in the nation for 2012.

Seminoles Win 72-63, Now 7-3 in the ACC

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With 26 NBA scouts in attendance, it seemed that Leonard Hamilton’s M.O. was to have Chris Singleton demonstrate his versatility. He guarded all five positions, spent some time shadowing Shumpert,...

Previewing the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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FSU (16-7, 6-3) travels to Atlanta to take on the reeling Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (10-12, 3-6), in a game which is absolutely huge for the Seminoles’ NCAA Tourney hopes. A win here would put us...

Florida State 2012 Recruiting Update: Jessamen Dunker

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FSU was one of the first teams to offer Jessamen Dunker, a very talented offensive lineman from Boynton Beach HS.

The Conversation: Basketball Q&A with Georgia Tech

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Today I had the opportunity to sit down with the Georgia Tech bloggers at From the Rumble Seat for a Q&A in anticipation of tomorrow night's match-up in Atlanta. They should be posting my answers...

Tomahawk Nation Members Mapped Up

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Tomahawk Nation Members Mapped Up

'Noles Land 2 Recruiters On ESPN's List

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Lawrence Dawsey, Florida State 2011 prospects: James Wilder Jr., ATH (Tampa Bay, Fla./Plant Senior), Kelvin Benjamin, WR (Belle Glade, Fla./Glades Central), Jordan Prestwood, OT (Plant City, Fla./Plant City) At this time last year, Florida State was chasing the dream of landing Wilder and Benjamin. Wilder was Florida's while Benjamin strongly favored the Hurricanes and Gators. Dawsey did a magnificent job of keeping the Noles in the game, then closing the deal. He also turned Prestwood away from the Fighting Irish and landed two good commitments from Jacksonville, Fla., in Eric Beverly and Derrick Mitchell. Eddie Gran, Florida State 2011 prospects: Bobby Hart, OT (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas), Rashad Greene, WR (Fort Lauderdale, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas), Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT (Davie, Fla./Nova), Devonta Freeman, RB (Miami/Miami Central) After spending 19 years recruiting the talent-rich South Florida area, Gran has become entrenched in Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties and built a vast network of relationships. That helped him secure recruits like Hart, Greene and Lawrence-Stample. However, Freeman could end up being the steal of this spectacular FSU class. Gran is truly one of the nation's best recruiters.

A.J. Leggett back to Miami after de-committing from FSU after de-committing from Miami

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Seems Mr. Leggett is confusing "I have interest in this school" with "I am committed to this school." Update: Apparently Leggett has a son and wants to stay close to him, which I think all parents can understand.

FSU's Lawrence Dawsey named ACC Recruiter of the Year

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Consider that we have on staff James Coley, who was involved with almost every top recruit who ended up choosing the Seminoles in 2010; Eddie Gran, who could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves; and Jimbo in his own right - and you realize FSU has the staff to continue its elite recruiting run. This staff, as is, has the goods to make a run at the #1 class every year.

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