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Florida State football, recruiting news: 5-star Quarterback set to visit for FSU’s spring game

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FSU men’s basketball ties its highest seeding ever at 3.

NCAA Football: Florida State Spring Game Logan Bowles-USA TODAY Sports

Recruiting:

Grant Gunnell, future 5-star Class of 2019 quarterback out of Texas will be visiting FSU the weekend of its Spring Game, along with a host of other elite prospects. It’ll be his second visit to FSU before the start of his junior season.

In class of 2018 QB recruiting news: Jimbo Fisher is making 4-star Dorian Thompson-Robinson a priority.

FSU has offered this 5-star wide receiver out of Louisiana.

Where are the top 5 recruits in the state of Florida going?

Football:

ESPN’s David Hale discusses FSU’s epic opener with Alabama among other things in his ACC mailbag.

Here’s 25 things you need to know about college football this spring.

This list of the 10 most intriguing players to watch nationally during spring practice features a Seminole that might not expect.

If college football is about player safety, how can someone take a 21 hour certification course and become a strength coach for a high-profile Power 5 program?

Basketball:

One of the most impressive regular seasons in Florida State history was rewarded with a 3 seed in the West Bracket of this year’s NCAA Tournament.

They take on Florida Gulf Coast University this Thursday around 9:20 PM & are currently a 12 point favorite in the match-up.

You may be angered by all the talking heads questioning the validity of FSU’s seed, but how many of the teams behind them can make this statement?

Here’s a video of the team reacting to their NCAA Tournament announcement.

Other Sports:

Florida State’s top-ranked softball team continued their dominance with a sweep over the Hokies.

Meanwhile, FSU’s baseball team took both games of Saturday’s doubleheader in order to take the series from the Boston College Eagles.

Florida State men’s tolf took 2nd at Southwood.

And FSU men’s tennis beat “The Everything School” (Florida) in front of a record crowd.

Alumni:

Buster Posey is doing work for Team USA in the World Baseball Classic:

Former FSU linebacker Christian Jones is back for another year with the Chicago Bears:

These two veteran players had some very glowing remarks about meeting Jameis Winston: