- Safid Deen, Florida State beat writer for the Tallahassee Democrat, tells how much FSU running back Ryan Green's spring game performance meant to him.
- SB Nation's Peter Berkes proposes a few possible replacements for spring games which could generate more fan interest.
- Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones is providing a unique voice to Sports Illustrated as he details his journey from deciding to leave OSU through his past few months as a draft prospect.
ESPN's Heather Dinich examines what goes into college football scheduling and whether or not the collegiate game needs uniform scheduling.
- Bud Elliott used a few draft prospects in this year's draft class that showed how difficult it can be to project recruits' positions when they are still in high school.
- Ike Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew selected Jameis Winston as one of their three NFL players who will become stars in the league next season.
- In his first three-round mock for the upcoming NFL Draft, Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus has Jalen Ramsey going first overall to the Tennessee Titans.
Back in Mock Draft 4.0, Ramsey grabbed the top spot and he remains the pick for the Titans. He's an excellent all-around player, capable of playing underneath zone coverage while providing the best run support in the draft of any cornerback. The upside is what separates Ramsey. He has the size and athleticism to develop into a top man-coverage corner, but he's not there yet, and at worst, he's a versatile zone/man corner that's also capable of playing free safety. Ramsey gives the Titans a lot of options on defense.
- The Florida State hoops team added its fourth official member of the 2016 recruiting class when three-star forward Mfiondu Kabengele signed his letter of intent with the Seminoles.
- TN's Andrew Miller discusses the likelihood of the state of Florida earning three national seeds in this year's baseball postseason.
- Former FSU basketball player Okaro White was named the MVP of the Greek Basket League where he averaged 10.7 points, 7 rebounds, and 1.8 assists over the 2015-2016 season with Aris Thessaloniki.
- FSU baseball alum Stephen Drew joined a unique group of baseball players on Wednesday night.
Nationals' Stephen Drew hits his 1st HR of season. He has now hit a HR for 5 different franchises— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) April 14, 2016