Grad transfer Nick Starkel is still visiting at the end of March but that won’t stop FSU from adding to its qb room right now as Western Michigan transfer and Florida native Wyatt Rector is transferring to Florida State.
There’s a lot of uncertainty surrounding FSU football with Spring practice a week away; can a reloaded FSU secondary lead FSU back to prominence?
When Jeff Sims committed to FSU; Bud Elliott on the Nolecast didn’t hesitate to tell you how highly he thought of him. Nike and the Elite 11 are also taking notice.
Jeff Sims wasn’t the only FSU commitment to impress at the Nike Opening event in Orlando; four-star linebacker Keyshawn Greene was awesome.
Florida State linebacker commit Keyshawn Greene flourished, beginning with a 4.49 second 40-yard dash. Incredible length at 6-foot-3, 215-pounds on a wiry frame with much room for development, Greene swarmed running backs in cat and mouse drills including one nifty reach around play where he forced a fumble. Ranked by 247Sports as the country’s No. 8 outside linebacker, Greene was springy, rangy and smooth.
Four-star FSU lean Jayion McCluster was also impressive:
Largo (Fla.) High four-star linebacker Jayion McCluster was hungry for reps and made quick work of a lot of running backs in cat and mouse drills. Has short-area burst and takes good angles to the football. Florida State is the favorite to land his services.
Four-star 2020 wide receiver Michael Redding III has been offered by FSU:
2021 wide receiver Agiye Hall has also been offered by Florida State:
Selection Sunday is less than three weeks away; where does FSU stand?
I’m running out of ways to describe just how good this Softball team is:
31 runs in a double-header equals a sweep of Youngstown State.
Women’s Basketball nine-game regular season winning streak vs. Miami is over.