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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU continues to be red hot on the recruiting trail

Joshua Kaindoh’s breakout season could be FSU’s wildcard this year.

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Florida State has added another talented defensive line recruit to its 2019 recruiting class in the form of Derrick Mclendon.

He committed to FSU during Rivals’ 5-star challenge; a challenge which featured a slew of other FSU commitments such as four-star QB Sam Howell, four-star guard Dontae Lucas, & five-star corner-back Akeem Dent. All of whom are impressing at the event.

There’s a new target on FSU’s running board whom is relatively unknown but won’t stay that way for long.

What’s next for FSU on the defensive line in #Tribe19? Notice that Tomahawknation is the only site that lists Mike Morris as an offensive tackle.

Barton Simmons thinks Sam Howell has a shot at leaving The Opening as the top-ranked quarterback in the country.

Speaking of The Opening; it could be a big weekend for FSU commits to prove themselves among national competition.

Just call Dontae Lucas ‘The Pope’ because he’s baptizing folks:


WestcoastNoles? FSU is exploring scheduling more games against Pac-12 powerhouses like USC, UCLA, and possibly Stanford.

Phil Steele is expecting big improvement from FSU’s offense in 2018.

Florida State’s individual wildcard player this year is sophomore defensive end Joshua Kaindoh according to Athlon Sports.

Florida State’s LYFE Program; a program which features life beyond the gridiron was selected for a national award. Brian Burns was in Washington D.C as one of the aceptees for the award.

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Leonard Hamilton was voted Big House Gaines’ coach of the year.

No Surprise as Softball earned the National Staff of the Year Award.


Xavier Rathan-Mayes will join the Los Angeles Lakers’ Summer League team.