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Recruiting:

FSU has offered four-star running back Keyvone Lee; ranked 81st nationally the four-star & future all-american talent says that it’s not too late for the Seminoles in his recruitment.

Despite the late offer, FSU has a built a solid relationship with Lee. FSU assistant coach Raymond Woodie is his primary recruiter and the two have been talking for months.

“We are close. I like coach Woodie, he’s a good dude and we talk every day. I can feel the energy, real recognize real and I recognize it.”

“I’m in no rush, I’m going to wait it all out,” he added. “They ain’t too late for Signing Day yet.”

Three-star offensive tackle Thomas Shrader is close to a decision. (VIP)

The 6-foot-5, 272-pound lineman informed Noles247 on Friday that he will make a commitment to a school before the NCAA recruiting dead period begins on June 24th. From what we’re hearing, this could mean good news for the ‘Noles soon.

Shrader went as far as to say that FSU was ‘leading’ his recruitment with other schools like Louisville and Duke trailing. Linebackers’ coach Raymond Woodie Jr. is leading that charge for the ‘Noles and speaks to him on a daily basis.

He’s 15, he’s 6’8 275lbs and he’s been offered by Florida State:

Football:

8 Seminoles made AthlonSports’ pre-season All-ACC team list, if that number seems high it’s because they did four teams.

FSU ranks third on this list of Miami’s toughest games; is that too low or too high? Why is FSU third? Three reasons: A. MIami’s schedule is not particularly tough B. This year’s game is in Tallahasse, and C. Tamorrion Terry.

It’s time for junior safety and former top 100 recruit Cyrus Fagan to take his game to another level.

An interesting question posed to the Nolecast this weekend, if FSU’s offensive line ended up being below average this year then Randy Clements would have to be a runaway for FSU assistant of the year:

Other Sports:

The run is over; FSU Softball fell to Oklahoma State in the Super Regionals. It was some very shaking fielding that ended FSU’s season prematurely.

By blowing out 14th ranked NC State; FSU Baseball might’ve done what they needed to do to move themselves off the bubble entering the NCAA tournament.

FSU Track & Field is sending 15 athletes to compete for All-American honors at this year’s NCAA Championships. A top eight finish in any event will make you an All-American:

Alumni:

Our top 100 players of all-time series continues; Tommy Polley, welcome to the countdown.