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Florida State football, recruiting news: Willie Taggart hits the road recruiting for FSU

Florida State gears up for a big weekend of official visits.

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Wide receiver is one of the biggest needs for FSU’s 2018 recruiting class, and Willie Taggart spent the weekend visiting one of the top targets on FSU’s board in 4-star athlete Tre’Shaun Harrison:

Coaches Donte Pimpleton (RB) and Telly Lockette (TE) checked in on 4-star wide receiver commit D’Marcus Adams:

New offensive line coach Grey Frey wasted no time in visiting 4-star commitment Christian Meadows.

3-star offensive tackle Jalen Goss’ final visit will be to FSU. (VIP)

Goss unofficially visited FSU on Saturday. During that visit, he met with head coach Willie Taggart and also spoke with Frey.

Goss also tells that his official visit to Tallahassee has been moved from this upcoming weekend, Jan. 19th, to the final visit weekend of Feb. 2nd. Other specific visit plans are not known at this time, but a trip to Miami was previously on the docket.

In case you missed it, FSU landed 4-star TE/WR Camren McDonald.


Jacob Pugh’s collegiate career isn’t quite over yet:

Alabama’s offensive coordinator is going back to the NFL which could affect FSU’s offensive coordinator search:

Florida State is just inside the top 20 in SportsIllustrated’s Way-Too-Early Top 25.

Rest in Peace, Keith Jackson, you were the voice of my childhood.

Playoff expansion might be the biggest story of the off-season. Gross.


Women’s basketball continues to blow out ACC Competition; they’re on fire.

Here’s how a short-handed FSU overcame Syracuse’s notorious zone in a double overtime victory.


Telvin Smith and Jalen Ramsey put a stop to the premature NE-Pitt, AFC Championship match-up: