2020 four-star running back Jaylan Knighton, a former Oklahoma commit out of Deerfield Beach, Fl., put FSU in his top 6 schools (well, according to this graphic):
Commitment coming soon ..... pic.twitter.com/oIAlVBTtzA— The real Rooster‼️Ⓜ️ (@jaylan_knighton) April 10, 2019
He’s moved up his commitment date from August to May 17, and though he named Clemson his No. 1 school in February, he seemingly had a great time in Tallahassee.
It’s refreshing to know that Chris Weinke is as stubborn as your average Florida State fan:
#Vols QBs coach and former FSU Heisman-winning QB Chris Weinke: When they brought back the ’98 championship team here last year, I asked Coach Fulmer when I was gonna get my ring, because if I’d played that game, Tennessee wouldn’t have won.— Wes Rucker (@wesrucker247) April 10, 2019
Fun is the foundation of Malik Beasley's pre-game routine.— Denver Nuggets (@nuggets) April 10, 2019
Take this all-access journey to see how he prepares before tip-off. #MileHighBasketball pic.twitter.com/fd8ajNfZBf
Re-watching Malik Beasley's game at Utah has led me to this: I think it was his best offensive game as a Nugget. He's scored more. But this was a nuanced & smart. He got to his spots, didn't get sped up, didn't allow Utah to dictate his shots, didn't settle for just 3s. Well done— Chris Dempsey (@chrisadempsey) April 10, 2019
Former Seminole forward Jonathan Isaac missed Orlando’s regular season finale, but should be back for the Magic’s first playoff series in seven years:
Injury Update:— y - Orlando Magic (@OrlandoMagic) April 9, 2019
Jonathan Isaac was struck in the jaw during the first quarter of our game vs. Boston. He has experienced subsequent increased concussion symptoms and has been placed in the NBA Concussion protocol by team doctors. He is out for the game at Charlotte.
The No. 12 Florida State women’s tennis team is taking on No. 19 Virginia Thursday, with the Seminoles having won the last three match against the Cavaliers.
Student-athletes from a variety of Florida State sports were honored at the Golden Nole Awards on Wednesday, with Hunter Napier (men’s track & field), Meghan King (softball), Will Pisani (m. swimming & diving), Devan Hultquist (beach volleyball), DeCalon Brooks (football) and Tiana Jackson (volleyball) all receiving recognition for their individual community service contributions. The women’s swimming program led the way with 1,278 hours registered, and 6,224 total hours of service were registered by Seminole sports, The full list of recipients, including Doc Fauls Award honoree Phil Cofer, can be found here.
Here’s a good feature on Florida State men’s golf coach Trey Jones.
FSU College of Education professor Robert Schwartz was named a “Pillar of the Profession” by the Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.