Chase Goodbread of NFL.com came out with his list of 16 defensive players who will be stars in the NFL out of the 2016 draft. Included on that list was FSU defensive end, DeMarcus Walker.
DeMarcus Walker, DE, Florida State
Class (size): Senior (6-3, 273)
Walker's college career has been one of vast improvement, culminating with an assortment of personal bests last year, including tackles (58), tackles for loss (15.5), sacks (10.5) and forced fumbles (4). What did all that mean to the Seminoles? He was named FSU's co-defensive MVP along with the No. 5 pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, Jalen Ramsey. NFL scouts will want to see more consistency from him in the area of run stopping.
Florida State DB Marquez White hosted a free camp in Dothan, Alabama focused on "A Different Way Out." Many other Seminoles came to help out, including the likes on Dalvin Cook, Derwin James and Travis Rudolph.
Receiver Ermon Lane ditched his signature dreadlocks for this new look:
You and I both know what time it is.....Time to be a Nole!! See u soon!!— Tim Brewster (@TimBrewster) May 30, 2016
Over the weekend, Florida State extended an offer to four-star defensive end Ryan Johnson out of Mobile, Alabama. The St. Paul's Episcopal student measures in at 6'3 253, and currently has offers from 34 other schools including 'Bama, Auburn, Clemson, Oklahoma and Michigan amongst others. He recently came out with a top-12 list which includes Florida State.
Top 12 pic.twitter.com/0MU7patZg5— Ryan Johnson 4⃣4⃣ (@ryanjohnson_50) May 28, 2016
Florida State baseball lost in a shootout to Clemson by a final score of 18-13 in the ACC Tournament Championship game.
They still received a NCAA Tournament Regional site host, and will play in Tallahassee this weekend as the quest for the College World Series begins.
Over the weekend, Florida State softball won their super regional game and will move on to the Women's College World Series in Oklahoma City where they will take on Georgia in game one on Thursday.
The Florida State golf team saw their season end today,finishing 19th at the NCAA Golf Championship in Eugene, Oregon.