It’s the final recruiting weekend of the 2018 recruiting class and it’s a big one for Florida State as they’re expecting multiple blue-chip prospects to head to Tallahassee.
Four-star, Seattle, WA receiver Tre’Shaun Harrison (with his mother VIP), 4-star quarterback James Foster, possibly Tennessee commits Jordan Young (WR) & Anthony Grant (RB), 3-star wide receiver Keyshawn Helton and maybe a trio of Armwood prospects including recent FSU commit Warren Thompson.
While FSU is hoping to solidify adding three more receiver prospects this weekeend; offensive coordinator Walt Bell paid one final visit to 3-star commitment D’Marcus Adams before he signs on Wednesday.
Every year around National Signing Day someone writes a story about the infamous cookie cakes recruits get on their official visits and every year I remain jealous of those enticing sweets.
If Florida State closes like many expect them to this recruiting class will be one of the better salvaging jobs that you’ll ever see and it’ll be because Willie Taggart worked like a dog on the recruiting trail from the moment he was hired, literally.
The details for this year’s spring game have been announced and there seems to be a bit of a 90s theme surround the affair; sounds like a lot of fun will be had in April.
Redshirt-Junior QB JJ Cosentino has decided to forego his final year of eligibility with Florida State; he’s no longer a member of the program.
Some unfortunate news for a trio of Seminole defensive and offensive linemen as their FSU careers are indeed over. We wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors.
Straight cash homey; the salaries for every member of Willie Taggart’s staff are official.
Following a bad loss to Wake Forest; Men’s Basketball projected seeding in the NCAA tournament took an expected dive.
Another fresh face lefty turned down minor league baseball to play college baseball for 11 and Florida State; meet Austin Pollock.
FSU’s best soccer player and FIFA Player of the Year finalist, Deyna Castellanos, is returning for her senior season:
Playing professional is one of my goals but graduating from college is a bigger aspiration. I am not ready to make that transition yet. I still have academic and athletic goals at @fsusoccer and I can’t wait to be back on the field with my teammates next season. Tnx 4 the support pic.twitter.com/JTEUIy8kjF— Deyna Castellanos (@deynac18) February 1, 2018