In order for FSU to get back to the ranks of the elite; they have to win in-state in recruiting.
“I think you’ve got to recruit where you’re at. Chances of getting kids there and kids staying there are a lot higher when you get them from somewhere in the vicinity, where they live. Again, when you have a place like Florida State, a national brand, I think you can go out and recruit some of the best.” “You’ve got to do a great job of evaluating and making sure you get the right kind of kid to be able to leave far away from home, because I think it takes a special kid to leave somewhere far and go somewhere else and go to school. There are a lot of special kids out there that are able to do it and have a lot of success.”
Five up, Five down; FSU’s standing with 10 important recruits that could shift the ceiling of the class.
FSU has made the initial cut for three-star offensive tackle Joshua Jones out of Alabama:
Tre McKitty and Joshua Kaindoh traveled to Argentina as part of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes; the trip was organized by former FSU receiver Kez McCorvey.
The Annual Willie Taggart Women’s Football Clinic is set for June 1st.
Bud Elliot and Ingram Smith are back again with another timely episode of the Nolecast.
Heartbreak for the FSU Softball as they drop game 1 to Oklahoma State in extras but this a familiar situation for the Seminoles; they had to win out last year as well.
Mike Martin’s illustrious career could end today; I don’t think that it will but it’s entirely possible.
We are officially less than 100 days until FSU Football is back; which means that it’s time for another Tomahawknation yearly countdown.
Starting us off at No. 100 in our top 100 players of all-time is the great Daryl Bush.