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Florida State football, recruiting news: Logan Tyler could be a weapon this season

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And FSU makes the cut as some prospects trim their lists.

NCAA Football: Florida State at Syracuse Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports

Recruiting:

FSU has made the cut for in-state three-star offensive lineman Jonathan Denis.

After making Denis’ top 8, FSU also made the top 8 for JUCO defensive tackle Perrion Winfrey.

Football:

With all the offensive struggles last season punter Logan Tyler quietly had a good season, setting a school record for punts but also finishing first in the ACC in yards per punt. Hopefully he won’t be needed as much in 2019.

FSU student-athletes from five sports recently took a four-day mission trip to Argentina, including Joshua Kaindoh. The trip was partially organized by former FSU receiver Kez McCorvey.

SB Nation’s Bill Connelly remembers Auburn’s radio announcer Rod Bramblett, who recently passed away; a loss for all of college football.

Don’t forget to check out Connelly’s previews of ACC foes Duke, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest.

Other Sports:

Florida State’s Baseball team found themselves on the bubble yesterday but they are headed to the NCAA Tournament for the 42nd year in a row!

That kind of streak is unheard of:

The Seminoles have reached the postseason 42 consecutive seasons, by far the longest active streak in college baseball. Cal State Fullerton had played in 27 straight postseasons before missing this year; the second-longest active streak is Vanderbilt with 13.

FSU was listed as one of the last four teams in. Head coach Mike Martin spoke with the media afterwards:

Don’t forget to check out a preview of FSU’s opponents in the Regional.

Duke’s Marques Bolden will stay in the NBA Draft but Javin DeLaurier will come back:

The Virginia Tech Hokies’ basketball team have added a transfer to their squad:

Alumni:

The Brooklyn Nets have added a Florida State alumnus to their front office:

Birdsong rose through the ranks of the Atlanta Hawks before becoming director of player personnel with the San Antonio Spurs.

Christ Koumadje had his NBA Pro Day yesterday in Las Vegas:

Meanwhile, Mfiondu Kabengele continues to showcase his skills for NBA teams ahead of June’s Draft:

Our top 100 players of all-time series continues; refresh your memory of Thad Busby’s incredible and perhaps underrated career.