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Florida State football, recruiting news: Seminoles sending out offers before big recruiting weekend

Plus, a new defensive backs coach is headed to Tallahassee

Mike Norvell
Mike Norvell
Tomahawk Nation


Three-star 2020 New Orleans athlete Corey Wren announced he’ll be making his school decision this Sunday, almost two weeks after visiting Florida State:

Three-star 2021 athlete Khari Gee out of Atlanta got an offer from Florida State yesterday:

2022 wide reciever Darrell DeMesme, out of New Orleans as well, got a Florida State offer:

2022 tight end Tony Livingston, from Lake Wales, received a Seminoles offer yesterday:

2021 four-star offensive tackle Micah Morris is planning on being in Tallahassee this upcoming weekend.

Marcus Woodson will reportedly be T.J. Rushing’s replacement as Florida State’s new new defensive back coach.

The Seminoles 2020 schedule is here, and as David Visser explains, it’s not going to exactly be the most welcoming for Mikey’s boys.


The No. 14 Florida State women’s basketball team is playing Wake Forest at home tonight, in a game that features two of the six ACC teams currently above .500 in the conference.

Listen to Michael Rogner be smart on Matt Zemek’s new college basketball podcast, Free Throw Awareness:


Brett Nevitt is continuing his great baseball preseason coverage with a preview on outfielder Reese Albert.

And if the fantastic content you pay for on this site isn’t enough, here’s a preview from Baseball America on Florida State, who has the Seminoles ranked No. 12 to start the year.