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Florida State football, recruiting news: 4-star LB to decide on TV on National Signing Day

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4-star Linebacker Leonard Warner knows when he will decide. The blue-chip recruit is believed to be down to Florida State & Stanford.

Current FSU Commit Tamorrion Terry was bumped up to 4-stars by 247sports’ Barton Simmons:

We've bumped Tamorrion Terry up to a 4-star on 247 after reviewing our WR rankings outside the Top247. This kid is just bubbling with upside. He looks like he's got a monster wing-span, he averaged 30 yards per catch, he's still raw. I love this pickup. Maybe not a day one impact guy but could be one of the best gets in this class a couple years down the road.

It was FSU’s winning culture that brought Hamsah Nasirildeen to Tallahassee (VIP).

247’s Steve Wiltfong took his best shot at handicapping some of the recruitment of some key FSU targets.

Here’s what Levi Jones is looking for ahead of his official visit to FSU:

"... I'm going to be looking for ways the top school can separate itself from the others," Lewis said earlier this month at the Under Armour Game. "From my earlier visits and talking to other recruits, the easiest way to do that is to talk to as many players as I can while I'm on visits. Coaches are going to give you line after line about how great their school is, but I want to find out for myself if I fit in with the family and if I belong."

Coach Fisher & Coach Dawsey went in-home with DJ Matthews last night:

It’s no secret that recruits are well-fed on their official visits.

Here’s two recruits currently committed elsewhere that could find themselves signing to FSU on National Signing Day.

These schools are looking to close strong on National Signing Day.


Is Florida State a contender or a pretender for the 2018 College Football Playoff?

How the ACC’s quarterbacks & coaches overcame the SEC’s superior recruiting.

Brent Musberger is retiring.

Brian Burns is ready to build on his phenomenal freshman season.


Florida State played its worst game of the season vs Georgia Tech which was promptly reflected in the final score.

The Seminoles have no time to feel sorry for themselves as they travel to the Carrier Dome on Saturday.

Tonight the Women’s Basketball team looks to fare much better than their male counterparts as they take on the yellow-jackets at 7pm in Atlanta.