It’s the final game/scrimmage of the spring and it’ll be an even bigger weekend off the field as multiple top targets will be visiting for the Spring Game.
Four-star OT Isaiah Walker, Jr. (currently committed to South Carolina) will be visiting again; it’s his second visit to FSU in the last three weeks. (VIP)
Four-star South Carolina commitment Issiah Walker Jr. confirms with Zach Blostein of Noles247 that he’ll be at the Florida State spring game this weekend. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound offensive tackle will be making his second visit to FSU this spring. He was previously on campus March 15th for an unofficial visit.
Walker committed to the Gamecocks in May of 2018, but that hasn’t stopped teams like FSU from recruiting him hard. Walker has taken offseason trips to FSU, UF and Miami.He has an official visit to South Carolina scheduled for May 31st.
Walker will be accompanied on the visit by his mom and coach. The plan is to arrive Saturday before the game and leave on Sunday. Noles247 will catchup with Walker for an update after his trip concludes.
2021 Alabama defensive end Dylan Brooks will be visiting.
Three-star defensive tackle Clyde Pender, Jr. will also be visiting:
Four-star top 100 defensive end and UF commit Gervon Dexter is expected to visit.
Two of the top targets on FSU’s running back board, four-stars Jo’quavious Marks & Jaylan Knighton are also expected to visit.
Four-star wide receiver Malachi Wideman & four-star valdosta athlete Jaheim Bell will be visiting. For Bell it would be his third visit in as many weeks.
It’s a big recruiting weekend for Florida State for uncommitted prospects.
FSU is acclimating well to the tempo in the final practice report of the spring.
See you Saturday at 4:00 PM on ESPN3 or the ACC Network on the watchespn app:
See you on Saturday. ✌️ pic.twitter.com/dhzgf7GfeO— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 5, 2019
Hamsah Nasirildeen does not know the meaning of ‘light thud’:
TURN UP!@nasirildeen’s getting ready for Saturday. pic.twitter.com/P7HhUHosw1— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 4, 2019
You can’t go 12-0 in March but FSU is eager to show off the progress it made this spring.
It’s rivalry weekend in Coral Gables; FSU takes on the Hurricanes:
Our rivalry with @CanesBaseball is renewed tomorrow in Coral Gables.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 4, 2019
In a battle top ten teams and likely world series contenders; FSU Softball once again took down the Florida Gators.
Highlights from last night's 2-0 win on the road at No. 8 Florida! #ATM #DNAE pic.twitter.com/lg3hUl6qH1— FSU Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 4, 2019