Through two days of competition four-star qb commitment Jeff Sims is impressing at the Elite 11:
Rankings after Day 2 of #Elite11. pic.twitter.com/mwJHkXkQIl— Elite11 (@Elite11) June 30, 2019
Analysts are impressed by his live arm and athleticism.
Not all good news on the recruiting front as four-star target Michael Redding III, many expected to go to FSU, committed to Miami; that’s a miss.
Five-star defensive end Reggie Grimes has FSU in his top group and is planning an official visit. (VIP)
SportingNews made a list of the top 25 wide receivers in the country; Tamorrion Terry was honorable mention; if this FSU works like we expect it to when they re-do the list at the end of the year he’ll be on it.
Paul Finebaum says that FSU is not a destination job and that Jimbo Fisher left at the right time.
Trevor Lawrence, Cam Akers, Tee Higgins, Justyn Ross, Tamorrion Terry, Allen Robinson, the ACC Atlantic is loaded with talented players.
The top overall ACC athletic institution this year according to the Director’s Cup? Florida State University.
A tip of the cap to his tremendous career; BaseballAmerica named 11 as Coach of the Year:
Your 2019 @BaseballAmerica Coach of the Year.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) June 28, 2019
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A couple of defensive stars that spent a combined 20 years in the NFL enter the countdown at No. 63 & No. 62; Ernie Sims and Samari Rolle.
Michael Ojo & Xavier Rathan-Mayes will playing in the TBT (The Basketball Tournament) for a chance to take home a cash prize of two million dollars for the winning team. They’ll be on team Armored Athlete, the two-seed in the Syracuse regional.