2020 three-star offensive guard Alex Atcavage, who also has offers from Louisville, UCF and NC State (amongst others), was offered by Florida State on Wednesday:
After an AMAZING conversation with @CoachWoodie I’m BLESSED and HONORED to receive an offer from The Florida State University!! @joshgriffis__ #AGTG #PAStrong #EGSStrong #FearTheSpear #TomahawkNation #FSU #ACC pic.twitter.com/KZyZpH5gOJ— Alex Atcavage (@AlexAtcavage) June 26, 2019
2022 athlete Bryce Anderson from Beaumont, Texas also got a scholarship offer from the Seminoles. Anderson, who is currently unranked or rated, also has offers from Texas A&M, Alabama, Georgia and Texas, amongst others:
After a Great conversation with Coach Briles , I am extremely Grateful and Blessed to receive an offer from Florida State University! Thanks to my parents, family, coaches and teammates. #GoNoles pic.twitter.com/jeqKtssNFx— Bryce Anderson ¹ ¹ (@BryceAnderson_1) June 26, 2019
Here’s a nice feature story on 2023 wide receiver Raymond Cottrell from Milton High School in Pensacola, who got an offer from Florida State on Tuesday.
Is Florida State going to win over 7 games this year? That, apparently, is the big question, with Vegas setting the over/under there.
Itching to read a rundown of the outlook for the ACC next year? Well, look no further.
Our very own Matt Minnick broke down Terance Mann as an NBA prospect with SB Nation’s Los Angeles Clippers site.
Well, this sucks:
Virginia Tech graduate transfer Kerry Blackshear expected to land at Florida, sources confirmed to ESPN.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) June 27, 2019
Was the No. 1 transfer in the country. Think the Gators are a top-10 team with him in the fold.
Keeping with the status quo, the baseball boys over at Tomahawk Nation have a great breakdown of who Florida State baseball should be looking towards to take over its pitching coach vacancy.
The 2019 Florida State athletics Hall of Fame Class was announced Wednesday, with Mickey Dillard (basketball player and fourth in career points), Susan Kuijken (the most decorated women’s distance runner in FSU history), Mike Martin Sr. (winningest coach in baseball history), Dick Nichols, (baseball player), Rick Stockstill, (quarterback) and Caroline Westrup, (only four-time All-American in Florida State golf history) all set to be inducted.