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Florida State football, recruiting news: Happy Frey-day

Josh Sweat officially declares for the NFL draft.

Michigan v Purdue Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images


It’s official: FSU alumnus Greg Frey is your next offensive line coach. FSU’s offensive line has been lambasted among fans and analysts for the last few years and judging by Frey’s resume that’s about to become a thing of the past.

Josh Sweat almost lost his leg as a High School Senior; three years and one missed game later he’s heading to the NFL. Good luck, Josh!

With Ryan Izzo declaring for the NFL Draft there are four draft-eligible players left still weighing their options.

Tamorrion Terry (Tuh-marr-ree-on) Terry; pronunciation help because if Auden Tate declares for the draft you’re going to be hearing a lot more of that name in 2018.


Asante Samuel, Jr., AJ Lytton, Robert Cooper, and Christian Meadows finished their high school careers in style at the Under Armour All-America Game. Check the comments section to see how they did.

4-star QB James Foster, the top target left on FSU’s QB 2018 board had a good conversation with head man Willie Taggart:

5-star FSU Signee Jaiden Woodbey, 4-star WR commit D’Marcus Adams, and 4-star CB target Brendan Radley-Hiles (aka Bookie) compete in the Army All-American Game tomorrow. Bookie is set to his announce his commitment, and Oklahoma is the perceived favorite to land his services.


Beat North Carolina and fall in ESPN’s Bracketology seedings; I guess that’s how it works.

Florida State split against Duke and UNC, but they might’ve gone 2-0 if they were better at crashing the glass. Let’s take a deeper look at FSU’s defensive rebounding woes.

Playing without Imani Wright, FSU’s women’s basketball team throttled Clemson.


Deion Sanders and Corey Fuller were coaching up the DBs at Under Armour All-America Week:

Speaking of “Prime Time”, UF fans are seriously accusing Sanders of not letting Emory Jones, their recent QB signee, throw the ball: