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Florida State football, recruiting news 2/12: Jalen Ramsey continues to top mock 2016 NFL drafts

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As the 2016 NFL draft comes closer, Jalen Ramsey continues to top many expert's big boards.

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Football:

Using the wonderful world of mathematics, is Florida State Football the best college football program of the last 30 years?

Renovations to Doak Campbell Stadium are coming along, and FSU defensive end DeMarcus Walker took a visit.

Six players from Florida State were invited to the 2016 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana later this month.

Recruiting:

The latest edition of The Nolecast was released yesterday. You can hear Bud and Ingram hand out their 2016 recruiting superlative awards here.

Here's a look at how Florida State and Clemson dominate college football recruiting in the ACC.

Earlier this week, Florida State Basketball commit C.J. Walker had 53 points in his high school game.

Alumni:

NFL Draft Scout Matt Miller of Bleacher Report moved DB Jalen Ramsey up to number one on his big board when he released his most recent list.

Josh Norris of RotoWorld once again had Jalen Ramsey atop his mock NFL draft, getting selected first overall to Tennessee. Ramsey attended Brentwood Academy for high school which is located in the suburbs of Nashville.

1. Tennessee Titans - FSU DB Jalen Ramsey - Everyone is mocking Laremy Tunsil here. For years it has been accepted that left tackle is the most important offensive line position. In the past, it seemed all of the top pass rushers played opposite the left tackle. That played into the importance of the position. Now pass rushers are deployed from all different alignments. Basically I'm trying to explain why tackle will not be the pick here, since Tennessee's interior seemed to struggle just as much as the edge. The Titans likely want to trade this pick, but a versatile, aggressive defensive back with size and athleticism is not a bad consolation.

Other Sports:

Florida State Men's basketball fell on the road at Syracuse 85-72, snapping their win streak at four.

The women's basketball team however was able to extend their win streak to double-digits with their victory over Duke, 69-53.