2022 linebacker Marvin Jones Jr., son of Florida State legend Marvin Jones (check out our piece on Shade Tree from the summer), has received an FSU offer:
2022 defensive end Justice Finkley, who already has offers from schools like LSU, Michigan and Auburn, now has an offer from Florida State:
247Sports took the time to rank the ACC’s quarterbacks, with James Blackman checking in at No. 9 behind the likes of D’Eriq King, Sam Howell, Ian Book and, for some reason, Trevor Lawrence.
Athletic director David Coburn addressed the Florida State athletic board yesterday, updating on important matters like the standalone football facility (he’s discussing a plan with Norvell after spring), season ticket sales (slightly up!) and new strength and conditioning changes (“absolutely making a difference.”)
Chris Marve on LB Stephen Dix Jr.:— Brendan Sonnone (@BSonnone) February 26, 2020
"You look in his eyes, he’s a fighter, and he’s someone we’re going to count on for a long time. Really, really mature in the way he carries himself...Somebody that I think is going to be really, really special."https://t.co/iG5Lfa2mcJ pic.twitter.com/jzAf0FB7Pv
No. 19 Florida State women’s basketball will be facing off against Clemson tonight in the program’s annual “Paint-it Pink” game, with proceeds from the game going directly to cancer research. The Seminoles are trying to secure a double-bye in the ACC Tournament.
Still not over Trent Forrest’s dunk against Louisville Monday? Listen to Malik Osbourne break it down:
The No. 9 FSU men’s track and field team is looking to secure its third straight ACC title, with the competition beginning today.
In other ACC competition news, FSU’s No. 14 men’s swimming and diving team started off the meet with freshman Peter Varjasi, sophomore Jakub Ksiazek, freshman Aziz Ghaffari and senior Vladimir Stefanik setting a new program record in the 800 free relay while the 200 medley relay team secured a silver. The program just got a commitment from 2024 Pine Crest High backstroke specialist Elvis Kotikovski.
The Florida State University College of Law Moot Court Team won first place in the 2020 Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.