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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU wraps up big recruiting weekend

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One last push before Early Signing Day

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 09 Florida State at Boston College Photo by Malcolm Hope/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Recruiting:

It was a big weekend for FSU recruiting; all 13 commitments were on campus and multiple four-star and three-star targets took their official visits as well.

Defensive end decommitment Morven Joseph was back on campus as well; the now four-star defensive-end is giving FSU a second chance.

If FSU was able to resecure his commitment it would go a long way towards re-establishing FSU’s pass rush in the future.

Of the 13 recruits committed to FSU ten seem poised to sign on Wednesday and the other 3 (Thomas Shrader, Jadarius Mcknight, and Lawrance Toa’fili) while preferring to sign in February remains steadfast in their commitment to FSU.

Four-star DB Jadarius Mcknight says that FSU is his dream school.

It only took Mike Norvell a few days to get FSU a new QB after the decommitment of Jeff Sims; don’t let the star ranking fool you; Tate Rodemaker is legit (and yes stars still matter but there are exceptions to every rule)

Perhaps the biggest news of the weekend (recruiting-wise) was this:

Demorie Tate is FSU’s highest rated commitment and a potential five-star talent; locking him down had to be close to priority number on thew new staff’s objective list.

Four-star quarterback and louisville commitment Chubba Purdy wrapped up his official visit to FSU:

A flip this late for a QB of his caliber would send quite the message.

Football:

And now the biggest news of the weekend program wise; Cam Akers has made it official. His FSU career is over.

No, thank you Cam.

Ron Dugans will be officially retained as wide receiver coach.

FSU will now face Arizona State without its best two players, Cam Akers and Marvin Wilson:

Unconquered:

Other Sports:

Women’s Basketball remains undefeated following a close victory over St. John’s.

Alumni:

He’s the game’s greatest corner-back; no surprise that this was announced:

Jameis Winston did something this weekend that no other NFL QB has ever done in the regular season: