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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU gears up for big recruiting weekend

NSD is two weeks away and #Tribe18 could finish strong.

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FSU is hosting 3-star DE Jamarcus Chatman, 4-star OLB Xavier Peters, 4-star WR Joshua Moore, and 4-star DE/DT Dennis Briggs on official visits this weekend; All of whom are high on FSU’s recruiting board.

Speaking of Dennis Briggs the entire defensive staff went to see him:

That’s how highly they think of him.

ESPN released its final version of their ESPN300 rankings.

Florida State signees/commits:

Asante Samuel, Jr. 14th, Asante is the highest ranked four-star an interesting parallel to Jalen Ramsey whom was also a four-star & 14th overall in 2013.

AJ Lytton 29th,

Jaiden Woodbey 70th,

Christian Meadows 83rd,

Robert Cooper 92nd,

Isaiah Bolden 192nd.


Joshua Moore 4th,

Jalen Hall 66th,

James Foster 124th,

Andrew Chatfield 159th,

Malcolm Lamar 162nd,

Tre’shaun Harrison 166th,

Warren Thompson 207th,

Antoine Green 255th,

Jashaun Corbin 259th.

Walt Bell and Grey Frey went to see James Foster:

Talented OL coach and handyman the former Seminole can do it all.

Florida State is one of seven teams that can close strongly this cycle.


Florida State’s QB depth could become dire after the spring, how did it get there?

Irele Oderinde is putting the ’Noles to work according to Jacques Patrick in this podcast interview.

Speaking of podcasts the latest edition of the Nolecast is here:

Now that the coaching carousel is over the coordinator money has gotten a little ridiculous.

A whole lot of potential and a whole lot of negative plays? Sounds like FSU’s 2017 offense:

The college football offseason is dark and full terrors but this step-by-step process makes it a little less daunting:


Everyone welcome Vincent Garcia to Tomahawknation and his first piece is about FSU’s seeding hopes; March Madness is around the corner.

Inside the box score; see how FSU put together the most efficient offensive performance that Georgia Tech has allowed this year.

Women’s Basketball was uncharacteristically off this week but a top-ten match-up with Notre Dame and first place in the ACC looms large this Sunday:


Jalen Ramsey is a dog and when a dog is mic’d up he’s going to bark: