It’s January which means recruiting season in full effect; FSU isn’t expected to take a full class this cycle but still has some pretty big needs to fill.
With the departure of both Mavin Saunders and Ryan Izzo one of those needs is tight end; which could soon become filled by 4-star TE/WR Camren McDonald. (VIP) FSU is currently a heavy favorite on 247’s crystal ball feature for the blue-chip prospect.
National 247 recruiting Analyst Greg Biggins had this to say about his recruitment:
Long Beach Poly (Calif.) TE Camren McDonald has a visit set to FSU for (Jan. 19) and I think there’s a very good chance he commits even before taking the trip. Noles offered a few days after Christmas and are in a very good spot right now:
McDonald’s lead recruiter was Telly Lockette before being hired at FSU.
FSU WR commit D’Marcus Adams has locked in his official visit date.
It looks like Michigan State’s Mark Snyder will take over for the departed Brad Lawing and coach FSU’s defensive ends.
Opening weekend is a long way away but there’s already a buzz about FSU’s Labor Day match-up with Virginia Tech.
Four Seminoles were named to ESPN’s All-ACC Bowl team.
In case you missed it, Jacques Patrick is returning for his season.
Women’s Basketball destroyed Miami.
Yesterday was #NoleBackThursday? What’s #NoleBackThursday? Ask new FSU linebackers coach Raymond Woodie.
#NoleBackThursday @DBrooks55 #SeminoLB (1991-94)— Raymond Woodie Jr. (@CoachWoodie) January 11, 2018
-Two-time unanimous First Team All-American in 1993 and 1994.
-A 1994 NFF National Scholar-Athlete.
-His No. 10 jersey has been retired at FSU.
-Sixth Seminole player to be inducted into the HOFhttps://t.co/gzEgcppd9S
Jalen Ramsey doesn’t seem too fond of folks already discussing a Steelers-Patriots rematch: