Derrick Nnadi is headed to the Senior Bowl:
ICYMI Willie Taggart wasted no time in addressing Florida State’s faculty.
Football is the ultimate team sport but these individual match-ups are scintillating.
In about a week you’ll start to hear more about how Willie Taggart is going to fill out the rest of his staff; until then you can track it here.
To go or not to go; that is the NFL Draft question for Demarcus Christmas and Jacques Patrick.
In a very short time period; FSU’s current commitments have gone all-in on Willie Taggart.
Florida state has offered high four-star DB, Brendan Radley-Hiles from IMG Academy:
4-star Offensive line commitment got his early enrollee letter:
4-star major wide receiver target, Warren Thompson, will take official visits to UF, OU, & FSU.
"They are coming tomorrow," Thompson said when asked about his visit plans with the Seminoles. "Coach T (Willie Taggart) and (receivers) coach (Lawrence) Dawsey."
Thompson said the FSU staff is swinging by Armwood during school hours as well.
Oregon was scheduled to welcome Thompson to Eugene this weekend for an official visit, but the 6-foot-4 pass catcher says he expects his official visits to go down once crossing over into the New Year.
"Oregon in January, and Florida and Florida State, but them I'm not sure about," Thompson said when asked about his official visit plans. "I'm not sure on the dates."
3-star QB Michael Penix has a new offer from Florida State.
Willie Taggart made an in-home visit to 4-star DB, Isaiah Bolden, the former FSU, former Oregon commit:
Men’s Basketball is 9-0 and should be ranked in the polls later today:
7 undefeated teams remain— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) December 10, 2017
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Women’s Basketball is 10-0 following the double digit victory over Arizona State.
In only his second year in the league Jalen Ramsey is making a strong claim for best corner-back in the NFL status:
For being a Florida boy Kelvin Benjamin is adjusting well in the snow belt:
Former Seminole and now professional golfer, Hank Lebioda has earned his web.com tour card:
He’s one step closer to becoming a full-fledged PGA Tour member.