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Florida State football, recruiting news: Spring football has arrived

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Will FSU be a four-seed in the NCAA tournament?

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Football:

The first practice of spring football here and it’s open to the public; what questions will Willie Taggart and co. answer this spring?

How would you feel about a home-and-home series with UGA?

Despite the loss of Nick Cross, FSU firmly reloaded the talent in its secondary. How quickly can Levonta Taylor, Jaiden Woodbey and the young guns reach their potential?

Recruiting:

Four-star wide receiver Malachi Wideman is being personally recruited by Willie Taggart. (VIP)

2022 offensive lineman Julian Armella turned heads this weekend taking home the Rivals3Stripe Miami offensive lineman MVP award; he’s also a FSU legacy:

Armella isn’t the only youngster that’ll be on FSU’s radar, as this eighth-grade wide receiver already has multiple verbal offers including FSU.

Fringe five-star QB target Carson Beck committed to UGA (many assumed he was headed to Florida).

Other Sports:

After another weekend sweep, FSU Baseball is one of four undefeated teams left in the country.

Women’s basketball got it done vs. Georgia Tech.

After a victory over NC State on Saturday, FSU and Virginia Tech are neck & neck for a national four seed with the tilt in the Tucker Center on deck.

Meghan King set a new career-high in Ks:

Alumni:

Brian Burns, Nyqwan Murray, and Demarcus Christmas wrapped up their week at the NFL combine. Christmas had a good showing, while Brian Burns put on a show and is now being discussed as a top ten pick.

Brooks Koepka moved up to No. 3 in the world after he finished one-stroke short of adding another PGA win to his resume.