Former FSU wide receiver George Campbell will finish out his college career in Morgantown:
Before their trip to LSU, a couple of ’Noles head their names called in the MLB Draft:
Second Nole off the board is J.C. Flowers! The RHP has been drafted by the @Pirates.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) June 4, 2019
Flowers pitched for one season at FSU and is the highest drafted pitcher since Luke Weaver. pic.twitter.com/DI3qHOcUip
Tim Becker’s break out weekend caught the eye of Forbes’ Don Yaegar:
Out of the 60+ games played by @FSUBaseball this year, Tim Becker started zero, and only played in a handful. But that didn’t bother Becker. Learn from his WILD weekend this week on @Forbes: https://t.co/RhPO9et6px pic.twitter.com/LHkIpteUMg— Don Yaeger (@DonYaeger) June 4, 2019
Sticking with the topic of baseball, former FSU Assistant and current FAMU head coach Jamey Shouppe has thrown his hat into the ring to take over for Mike Martin next year:
Former veteran FSU assistant coach and current FAMU baseball Jamey Shouppe has officially applied for the head coaching job at FSU. Look for my story.— Jim Henry (@JimHenryTALLY) June 4, 2019
The Ringer has published their NBA mock draft with a pair of Seminoles being drafted in the first two rounds.
Former Florida State basketball standout Phil Cofer is also preparing for the NBA Draft and has upcoming workouts with three NBA teams.
Devonta Freeman has been heeding the advice of another legendary FSU running back. Warrick Dunn, a former Atlanta Falcon turned team minority owner, has been advising Freeman about avoiding big hits and preserving his body in order to extend his NFL career.
Our top 100 countdown rolls on Leon Washington, a running back that did it all for the Seminoles.