The biggest news of the weekend was the dismissal of Deondre Francois; we’ll have more on what that means for FSU going forward.
After a freshman year that ended up with him being named ACC Rookie of the Year; it’s been all downhill ever since.
Although it was the final recruiting weekend of the 2019 recruiting class it was also junior day resulting in a big weekend for FSU’s 2020 recruiting class.
Quarterback Jeff Sims is in the fold and not long after him was four-star linebacker Stephen Dix, Jr. #Tribe20 is off to a great start.
Four-star QB John Rhys Plumlee took his official visit to FSU & it sounds like FSU hit it out the park; the talented quarterback/outfielder would be a great fit at FSU:
Enjoyed Official Visit at Florida State!! pic.twitter.com/SjGsgV3wac— John Rhys Plumlee (@PlumleeJohn) February 3, 2019
Want to know how good Plumlee is? Recruits’ moms are recruiting him on twitter:
The Fitzgerald family would love for you and your family to join the FSU family. #DoSomething #Tribe19— Sandy Fitzgerald (@sfitzgerald90) February 4, 2019
Some more in-depth information on FSU’s final recruiting weekend plus some junior day tidbits.
Men’s Basketball has won three ACC games in a row; here’s how they did it.
Women’s Basketball demolished Wake Forest.
Unlike football college basketball games are played daily; here’s who needs to lose for FSU to rise in the rankings.
Congratulations Ryan Izzo; you’re a Super Bowl champion.
Ron King has still got it:
Ron King still has the J #AlumniWeekend pic.twitter.com/zXjWiSVkTr— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) February 1, 2019