Former FSU defensive backs Derwin James and Jalen Ramsey had themselves a game at the NFL’s Pro Bowl over the weekend. Ramsey had a message for recruits:
— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) January 27, 2019
WHAT IS YOU DOOOIN?!?! D-B-U!@jalenramsey @DerwinJames #ProBowl pic.twitter.com/FDdGF4Q2kQ
Three star offensive lineman Ira Henry got a closer look at FSU’s program last weekend.
Four star 2020 safety Chris Thompson Jr. (no relation) receives an offer from the ’Noles:
#AGTG Honored to receive an offer from Florida State University! #DoSomething ⚡️ @Duncanville_Fb @Duncanville_TF pic.twitter.com/7MReWx6PCU— ChrisThompsonJr (@cdotcaash_) January 28, 2019
Three star 2020 Woodbridge, VA offensive tackle Reuben Adams picks up an offer from Florida State.
Ja’Quinden Jackson, a four star 2020 prospect, also receives an offer from FSU.
Mike Martin prepares his victory lap with a beautiful poster:
Your first look at the 2019 Florida State Baseball poster!#OneLastRun pic.twitter.com/ZNrkIhvj8t— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) January 28, 2019
Florida State’s 15th-ranked Women’s Tennis team dominated Clemson.
The Seminoles’ 19th-ranked Men’s Tennis team dropped its first match of the season.
The FSU Women’s basketball team secured their spot in the top 25 this week.
The FSU Men’s basketball team is back in the top 25.
Seminoles junior track and field athlete Kasaun James had an incredible weekend in Texas, setting personal bests in the 60-meter dash and the 200-meter dash and finishing in second and first place, respectively. James’ 200 time of 20.49 seconds beat last season’s NCAA Outdoor Championship gold and silver medalists. FSU’s men’s program moves up to the 2nd-ranked in the country.
Former FSU defensive end Brian Burns gets drafted in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft in SB Nation’s new mock draft.
Rivals.com looks back at Lamarcus Joyner’s recruitment. Joyner has 305 tackles and four interceptions so far over a five-year NFL career. Joyner plans on joining some of his fellow 2013 title team ’Noles as a Super Bowl champion.
Former ’Noles defensive end Bjoern Werner has found and is passionate about his post-football career, helping to forge a stronger path on the one he trail-blazed years ago:
Hey, look who else we found. @BjoernWerner is here, covering the game for German TV and serving as an ambassador for his organization Gridiron Imports, which helps connect European football players with opportunities in America. pic.twitter.com/j8Wf4alLW6— Tim Linafelt / FSU (@Tim_Linafelt) January 29, 2019