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Florida State football, recruiting news: Staff sending out offers, hitting recruiting hard

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Plus, another FSU commit gets a rankings bump

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Recruiting:

FSU’s 2020 linebacker commit Corey Wren has earned his fourth star, which is being partially attributed to the dual-sport athletes speed.

2020 three-star linebacker TJ Davis, who just got an FSU offer two days ago, will be taking an official visit this weekend:

Florida State offered 2021 four-star defensive end Zaire Patterson out of North Carolina:

FSU offered 2021 defensive end Zyun Reeves, who 247 has listed as a three-star:

FSU sent out an offer to 2021 three-star quarterback Colten Gaither:

2022 wide receiver Leroy Paige from Lousiana also got an offer:

Four-star 2022 defensive tackle Travis Shaw, currently ranked as the No. 2 defensive tackle prospect in his class by 247, has an offer from Florida State:

2023 offensive tackle Logan Reichart, whose other offer is from Memphis, got an FSU offer:

Florida State was the first offer 2023 quarterback Colin Houck:

And if that wasn’t enough offers, coaches are still hitting the trail:

Football:

Here’s a nice read on former Florida State and current Kansas City defensive end Derrick Nnadi, who will be looking to stay undefeated at Sun Life Stadium.

Basketball:

The No. 14 Florida State women’s basketball team will be trying to up its winning streak to three when it takes on Boston College tonight at home.

Softball:

Florida State, ranked as high as No. 7 and low as No. 10 in preseason polls, was tabbed to win the ACC and placed five players (Caylan Arnold, Elizabeth Mason, Dani Morgan, Anna Shelnutt and Sydney Sherrill) on the Preseason All-ACC team.

Other Sports:

At No. 9 in the country, Florida State’s women’s tennis team has its highest-ever ranking.

Members of the No. 1 FSU men’s indoor track and field squad and No. 12 women’s will be competing this weekend to try and qualify for the NCAA Championships.

Two big reasons for that No. 1 ranking have been Trey Cunningham and Caleb Parker, who aren’t just 1-2 in the NCAA 60-meter hurdle rankings — they’re No. 1 and No. 4 in the world, respectively.

Florida State’s esports team placed second in the EGF Power 5 Invitational: