FSU landed two new pledges to #Tribe20 this past weekend.
Three-star defensive end Josh Griffis committed to FSU after previously committing to Florida.
And while Miami was having its spring game in Orlando FSU went into Miami’s backyard for the pledge of talented four-star DB Jalen Harrell.
FSU offensive line target Richie Leonard decommitted from Kentucky. FSU is in a good position for him.
The Gold team celebrated its victory over the Garnet team with the traditional steak dinner; we’ll forgive the copious amount of A1 sauce in the video:
Pass the steak sauce to the Gold team. pic.twitter.com/oW8B7ObAKB— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 19, 2019
The running backs spent the weekend on the grill with Coach Pimpleton:
Cookout at the house with my crew!!!! #FAMILY #GONOLES #FULLSTABLE #CHILLIN #WHOAINTGOTNOBACKS pic.twitter.com/aceP780OSf— Donte' Pimpleton (@coach_pimp) April 20, 2019
That’s four in a row; as in four straight conference championships for Beach Volleyball.
FSU Baseball had its win streak snapped vs. Virginia but still took the series vs. the Cavaliers.
A dominant sweep over BC; just what FSU Softball needed to get back on track:
For the fourth time in program history, the Noles sweep an ACC opponent without allowing a run for the entire series! #ATM #DNAE— FSU Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 21, 2019
For the first time in twelve years a Seminole is Men’s Golf ACC Champion; sophomore Johnny Pak joins Jonas Blixt on the list:
HE DID IT! @johnnydpak wins the ACC Championship at -13!— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) April 20, 2019
He’s the first Seminole to win the ACC title since Jonas Blixt in 2007! #FSUGolf
ACC Network Extra pic.twitter.com/Cn2O5FIlTf
Whether it’s Buffalo, New York, or Green Bay Brian Burns should probably stock up on some winter clothes for his next destination following Thursday’s NFL Draft.