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Another 2020 athlete has committed to Florida State football.

NCAA Football: North Carolina State at Florida State Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

Recruiting:

It was a big recruiting weekend for Florida State with multiple top targets on campus.

2020 athlete Demorie Tate has committed to FSU. He’s the third member of FSU’s early 2020 class.

Rivals.com’s Rob Cassidy was in Tallahassee for the camp and had some nice things to say about Demorie Tate’s workout.

Top 100 linebacker Trezman Marshall, whom is committed to Georgia, is currently on campus. It’s his third visit in two weeks. (VIP)

Marshall visited FSU on May 29th, again on June 8th, he then went on an official visit to Tennessee this weekend and came back to FSU today, June 10th. Things are trending positively for the Seminoles who are hoping to flip the 6-foot-1, 236-pound outside linebacker from his commitment to Georgia.

Marshall arrived on campus around 4pm on Sunday and is expected to spend the night and return to campus tomorrow to meet with the coaching staff. Although there’s no indication he’s going to decommit from UGA, the flurry of recent visits to FSU shows that a flip may be in the works.

Four-star defensive tackle Tyler Davis and his teammate FSU Commitment Renardo Green were on campus working out at the camp.

Former Seminole Bryant Mcfadden was impressed:

Four-star linebacker Kalen DeLoach was on campus and is contemplating a return trip for the Labor Day match-up against the Hokies.

Linebacker is a big position of need for #Tribe19

Football:

College Football isn’t quite ready with its gameplan for when sports-betting happens nationally; the state of Mississippi could be come a case-study.

Nyqwan Murray is back for his senior and he’s responsible for No. 85 in our list of top 100 FSU plays of all-time.

Darvin Taylor was medically disqualified but he just got his degree in 3 and a half years and is still making an impact on this program.

Brian Burns, Levonta Taylor, and Demarcus Christmas are on the radars of NFL Scouts.

Other Sports:

FSU Track & Field netted nine first-team All-Americans at this year’s National Championships.

It was a good weekend for a resurgent FSU program.

Alumni:

Jalen Ramsey’s 2014 game vs. Miami was historically good; He’s No. 86 on the countdown.