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FSU practice report: Mavety practicing

News, notes, and observations from the day's Florida State practice.

Chad Mavety working out
Chad Mavety working out
David Visser

Florida State officially began their Wake Forest preparations today as the Seminoles returned to practice in shells with their bye week in the rear view mirror and their fourth game of the season only five days away. FSU soccer coach Mark Krikorian was in attendance at practice, as was a scout from the New York Jets who bounced around, observing the offensive lineman, defensive lineman, and kicker, among others.


The offensive lineman shuffle continues as Ryan Hoefeld and Alec Eberle splitting reps at starting center, Corey Martinez working as the 2nd-string left guard and Cole Minshew working as the 2nd-string right guard.

Chad Mavety returned to practice today after missing last Thursday's practice. Nyqwan Murray was practicing again but continues to wear protective gloves with the index and middle fingers on his left hand taped together as he battles back from a broken knuckle. JJ Cosentino was a full participant but was wearing a new brace on his left knee.


Although there was nothing changed with the defense at Monday's practice, it is worth mentioning again that Ro'Derrick Hoskins has moved above Reggie Northrup on the projected contributors list from this week's update.

Special Teams

The kick return unit remains the same with Jalen Ramsey and Kermit Whitfield as the starting return men and Bobo Wilson and Travis Rudolph playing with the 2s.


Florida State remains very healthy, with no new additions to the injury report, as they enter the marathon stretch of their season with games on nine consecutive Saturdays. Mario Pender is still in the hospital recovering from his collapsed lung and has been ruled out for the Wake Forest game. Freshmen Abdul Bello and Jalen Wilkerson remain out with knee and shoulder injuries, respectively.

Next practice

Florida State practices again on Tuesday and it will be open to the media so expect another practice report tomorrow afternoon.