After initially putting his name in the transfer portal back in February (and then retracting it), offensive lineman Landon Dickerson is now almost assuredly on his way out of Tallahassee. Dickerson entered the portal again Wednesday with a “do not contact” tag attached to his name, meaning that he likely already knows where he’s headed.
PFF ran the numbers on returning ACC linebackers, and Dontavious Jackson was first in run stop percentage:
Dontavious Jackson dominated in run-defense for Florida State last season. pic.twitter.com/juhIqogjDM— PFF College (@PFF_College) May 21, 2019
The dominos might have started falling to give players the ability to be compensated for their name, image, or likeness, with California approving a bill to allow the practice starting in 2023:
The bill would apply to all athletes enrolled at public and private colleges in California, It also would allow college athletes to hire sports agents. https://t.co/NqON8apDyL— Steve Berkowitz (@ByBerkowitz) May 22, 2019
Florida State assistants Ron Dugans and Telly Lockette were in attendance for a spring game between South Florida schools Booker T. Washington and Hollywood MacArthur, likely to watch several 2021 prospects.
Four-star receiver Devon Achane, a Texas track state champion, is going to visit Florida State soon.
Here’s a nice look at former Seminole Dwayne Bacon’s outlook for his third season with the Charlotte Hornets.
Florida State (who, in case you haven’t heard, are the defending national champions) will take on Oklahoma State in a best-of-three series starting Thursday, with the winner advancing to the College World Series.
Florida State golfer Frida Kinhult was named winner of the Golfsat Cup, presented to the college golfer with the lowest stroke average. Kinhult, a freshman, registered a 70.66 stroke average, which is the lowest in Florida State history, fifth lowest in ACC history and 15th lowest in Division I Women’s Golf history.
The Seminoles finish #9 in the nation for 2019. https://t.co/GHIxx6aIGu— FSU Lacrosse (@FSULacrosse) May 22, 2019
Four Florida State students (Eileen Kyoung Chun, Ethan Cissell, Lyndsey Chong and Victoria Posey) were named as recipients of a prestigious fellowship offered by the National Science Foundation, earning $34,000 over three years to help fund their doctoral work and research.