The Seminoles added more length to the secondary late last night when they received a commitment from 6’2 CB Derek Bermudez. Bermudez is a teammate of fellow commit, QB Jeff Sims.
After a productive weekend that saw #Tribe20 grow by two commits, FSU’s recruiting class sits at no. 8 in the 247Sports national rankings.
Riding the momentum of the weekend, Florida State’s staff hit the recruiting trail, making stops across the state.
Wide Receiver coach Ron Dugans was in familiar territory as Da Donk hit the streets of South Florida:
RB coach Donte Pimpleton took the center of the state:
Offensive Coordinator Kendall Briles headed to Jacksonville to check in on Florida State QB commit Jeff Sims:
Finally, defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett held down the panhandle:
The staff continues to work on the class of 2021 as well, offering 3-star corner Phillip O’Brien Jr. out of Deerfield Beach High School:
Blessed Beyond Measures To Earn An Offer From My Dream School Florida State University #ForTy #Tribe21’ @r81dugans @DB_BucksFB @ZBlostein247 @Rivals @SleeperAth1etes @HamiltonESPN pic.twitter.com/fZXEdez0sb— F R E A K I S H (@PhillipOjr) April 23, 2019
No. 6 Florida State Softball will play in front of a sold out crowd this Friday night:
Pretend to be shocked: the Tarheels landed Cole Anthony, the top-ranked combo guard in the country.
Cole Anthony headed to play at North Carolina. Top point guard in country.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) April 23, 2019
Hold that shocked look on your face as Clemson landed the no. 1 recruit in the nation, DT Bryan Bresee:
The No. 1 overall recruit in the Class of 2020 @bryan_bresee officially commits to Clemson.— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) April 23, 2019
Bresee held offers from Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Penn State, among others.#AllIn pic.twitter.com/OQjFwapD5T
Terance Mann left a lasting impression on the coaches at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament:
Had the pleasure to coach Terance Mann (FL State) these past few days at the PIT. His basketball IQ was so High...he saw things unfolding before I did. Bright Future ahead! pic.twitter.com/wDSB0L8pRE— Timothy Sparks (@timothy_sparks) April 22, 2019
Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of Prime Time beginning what would be a Hall of Fame NFL career: