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Florida State football, recruiting news: Seminoles get after it on day six

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Plus, catch up on some of Florida State’s other sports

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Recruiting:

2020 three-star offensive tackle Zane Herring will be one of several visitors to Tallahassee this weekend.

If you’ve got ESPN+, here’s an article for you on FSU’s recruiting outlook (I would tell you what was in it, but, alas, I am a brokey who does not have ESPN+.)

Football:

Brian Burns is starting to get more and more love as the NFL Draft approaches:

Day six of spring practice came and went, and our very own Courteney Korosec got all the nitty gritty deets together for you in one convenient place.

The Florida State coaching staff is hosting a Coaches Clinic in a few weeks, featuring an appearance by none other than Prime Time himself:

Basketball:

Florida State is playing against Virginia Tech in the ACC Tournament tonight, and you can keep up with the latest projected seed for the ’Noles in our continuously updated piece here.

Other Sports:

Florida State beach volleyball pair redshirt junior Sara Putt and junior Payton Caffrey earned CCSA Co-Pair of the Week honors after going 5-0 in California last week.

Sophomore Seminole golfer John Pak was named to the watch list for Haskins Award, given to the most outstanding collegiate golfer of the year.

Florida State junior divers Aidan Faminoff and Molly Carlson are headed to the NCAA Championships after qualifying on Wednesday, making the total number of Seminoles headed to the meet 11.

The Florida State tennis team, now 11-5 on the year, got a 6-1 win over Abilene Christian last night.

Florida State earned a top five ranking....for total number of students seeking sugar daddies. (UCF ranked second, FWIW).

A whole bunch of Florida State graduate programs have jumped up in the rankings, including the College of Social Work, which has moved up 11 spots in two years to No. 20.