The worst-kept secret in Tallahassee is out; Randy Clements is officially FSU’s newest offensive line coach.
Here’s what Clements & Willie Taggart had to say about his addition to the staff.
Which #Tribe19 member will have the biggest early impact in Tallahassee?
On this list of 10 players who will benefit most from a coaching change expect even bigger things from Tamorrion Terry.
The veer-and-shoot is an uncommon system in college football (Art Briles mostly kept the scheme in-house), but it’s found its way to Tallahassee. That’s to the Seminoles’ benefit, especially the receivers. If the offensive line play improves – a big if – much of the veer-and-shoot is predicated on a strong running game and deep shots. That’s where Terry comes in. One of college football’s best deep threats a year ago averaging 21.3 yards per catch, Terry is an ideal fit as a vertical target who can take the top off a defense. He’s not alone. Florida State’s wide receivers, especially if James Blackmancan take a step, will all see a boost from Briles’ play calling.
Cam Akers should explode in the system as well given even halfway decent blocking.
Offensive line target Zane Herring is excited to get to know Randy Clements. (VIP)
3-star 2020 OT Andrej Karic has been offered by Florida State:
Excited to receive an offer from Florida State University(FSU)❕ pic.twitter.com/bkguikjPji— Andrej Karic (@KaricAndrej) February 21, 2019
FSU has also offered three-star John Curtis athlete Corey Wren:
When it comes to the end of the year awards Mfiondu Kabengele should be a shoo-in for this one:
Florida State at UNC tomorrow; a game that will likely decide third place and a double-bye in the ACC tournament.
Softball looks to continue its red-hot streak this weekend at home in the Unconquered Invitational: