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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU recruits are recruiting recruits

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Plus, Seminoles softball pulls off a no-hitter

Recruiting:

Take a look through some of the latest Crystal Ball picks that have come through for Florida State.

Plenty of Memphis players (including 2020 four-star offensive tackle Chris Morris) have been coming through Tallahassee lately, with 2022 pro-style quarterback Tevin Carter getting a scholarship offer. Carter currently isn’t ranked, but has 10 offers and threw for 22 touchdowns and over 1.600 yards last season (here’s his Hudl, for interested parties).

Three-star offensive lineman Tate Johnson is heading to Tallahassee...at least according to 2020 quarterback commit Jeff Sims, who claimed dibs on getting props for when Johnson commits to Florida State over Zane Herring, a 2020 offensive tackle who himself just committed four days ago.

Football:

Quarterback Tate Martell, who has a name that sounds straight out of an autogenerated NCAA Football Dynasty Mode roster, got his transfer waiver approved and will be able to play immediately at Miami (of Florida, fyi.) It’s got some people pondering what it means for the future of college football transfers, and the news also has to make recent FSU transfer Jordan Travis crossing his fingers for his own waiver.

Some early betting lines involving FSU:

Basketball:

If the NCAA Tournament played out by the team with the highest student success score winning out then, according to Eduventures Student Success Ratings, Florida State would be your national champion.

Senior David Nichols, who played against Vermont five times while at Albany, is giving unique insight into the Catamounts to the Florida State men’s basketball team ahead of their matchup on Thursday in the NCAA Tournament.

Baseball:

Florida State lost a midweek matchup against UCF, coming up two runs short in a 9-7 final score. Read the breakdown here.

Softball:

Freshman Makinzy Herzog and sophomore Kara Bilodeau combined for a no-hitter to give No. 3 Florida State an 8-0 win over FAMU, the second time the pair has combined for a no-hitter this season.

Meanwhile, redshirt senior Meghan King was named ACC Co-Pitcher of the Week for her own no-hitter she registered last week while winning a pair of games at Notre Dame.

Other Sports:

Florida State indoor track and field won four of eight season-ending ACC awards, with sprinters Kasaun James and Ka’Tia Seymour both winning MVP honors, while Bryand Rincher won Freshman of the Year and coach Bob Braham was recognized as Men’s Coach of the Year.