-Florida State received visits from 11 high schoolers on Monday, highlighted by three-star running back Kurt Taylor from Covington (Ga.). You can see the rest of the visitors and learn more about their visit them from 247 Sports.
-Three-star 2017 QB/ATH Malik Cunningham will visit Florida State this weekend.
Will be in Tallahassee this weekend with the crew @_MJ70_ @_sterlingjones7 #tribe17 ⚫️ pic.twitter.com/XOHO4WIRIa— 〽️ALIK™ (@MalikMalikc10) February 15, 2016
-ESPN broke down the most underrated players on each of the top 25 teams, giving DeMarcus Walker those honors for the 'Noles.
Jalen Ramsey and Derwin James got the headlines last season, but Walker was an integral part of an improved Seminoles pass rush. In 2014, no Florida State player had more than four sacks. In 2015, Walker had a team-leading 10.5 sacks, tied for fifth in the ACC. He also had 15.5 tackles for loss and forced four fumbles. Be prepared to hear his name a whole lot more in 2016. -- Andrea Adelson
-The odds changed for Florida State winning the 2017 National Championship---is it worth throwing a few bucks at Vegas?
-Renovations at Doak Campbell continue.
Champions Club construction is in full swing.— FSU Football (@FSU_Football) February 15, 2016
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-A breakdown of Florida State's loss against Miami, despite a surging comeback by the 'Noles.
-Florida State Basketball also got an unofficial visit from shooting guard recruit Kevarin Matthews.
Had a great visit to FSU... Wasn't what I expected at all, but I could still see myself playing here @fsuhoops pic.twitter.com/BfbOgeTX2M— Kevarin Matthews (@_Kevarin5) February 15, 2016