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Florida State football, recruiting news: Could FSU get two more grad transfers?

Plus, two new offensive line offers

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The Seminoles extended an offer to 2020 three-star offensive tackle Marlon Martinez of St. Thomas Aquinas, who has accumulated 26 offers heading into his senior season.

They also offered 2020 three-star offensive tackle Trey Zimmerman Wednesday:

Four-star linebacker Keyshawn Greene reiterated the strength of his commitment to Florida State while acknowledging he was still entertaining interest from Florida. Bud Elliot wrote about how Greene impressed at the Nike Opening regional camp in Orlando, earning MVP honors and making his argument as the best linebacker in the state.

2020 Florida State quarterback commit Jeff Sims earned his fourth star on Wednesday:


FSU got named (an honorable mention) in an article that has “best” in the title! (it’s about 2019’s best games)

Bleacher Report namedrops Florida State twice when talking about two potential grad transfers, Georgia Tech guard Parker Braun and Texas A&M quarterback Nick Starkel.

Could the Falcons be looking to draft Demarcus Christmas?


The No. 22 Florida State women’s basketball team takes on No. 17 Syracuse in its home finale Thursday at 7 p.m., with winner taking fifth seed in the ACC Tournament. It’s also Senior Night, but since there aren’t any seniors on roster, fans 50 or older can get in for $2. A perfect price, since that demographic is in possession of 95 percent of the $2 bills still in circulation, am I right? (Please don’t beat me up.)

2019 three-star small forward commit Zimife Nwokeji put up 30 point and 18 rebounds on Tuesday night:


The No. 22 Florida State men’s swimming and diving team kicked off the day one of the ACC Tournament by breaking a few school records.

Former Seminole baseball player and current Baltimore Oriole DJ Stewart spoke to MASN on competition with other young players during spring ball:

Florida State received $8 million to revive the Apalachicola Bay, a project that’ll be housed by Florida State Coastal and Marine Biology Laboratory.