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Florida State football, recruiting news: 2020 NFL Draft kicks off tonight

Where might some former Seminoles end up?

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Florida State churned out plenty of offers yesterday, including to a future blue-chip offensive linemen, a California defensive end, the No. 50 player in the class of 2022, an offensive tackle out of Tarpon Springs and another out of Atlanta and a Texas linebacker. Check out our Florida State Seminoles football recruiting hub to catch up all of our stories and FSU’s offers.


Some of Florida State’s football players are putting in some at-home work:

Great news for the Florida State coach:

Charlie Ward is getting into the Instagram Live game:

The NFL Draft starts tonight. He might hear his name called early, but Florida State running back Cam Akers should know his new team by the end of the weekend. Jon Marchant breaks down his NFL potential here.

Ah, remember when:

The NCAA has approved some rule changes — specifically one that had an ending on the 2019 Iron Bowl. Check the full list, with explainers, here.


Patrick Williams is amongst one of the prospects that Sports Illustrated is calling “intriguing” in this year’s draft, saying he nails all the boxes you want in a player.

Williams put together a strong month of February, finding ways to produce within an offense that never ran through him, and while he would likely have benefitted from the platform the ACC and NCAA tournaments would have offered, he’s also the type of prospect who stands to profit as teams dig into his film and compare notes. He came in 17th on our March Big Board, and it’s not all that hard to see him moving into the late lottery picture as things shake out.

Notre Dame’s legendary women’s coach is stepping down:

Other Sports:

Feel like either getting embarrassed by college kids, letting your 11-year-old embarrass college kids, or just be confused for a long-time by video games?

For all you Animal Crossing fans, one FSU fan took things above and beyond on his island:

(I would be remiss if I didn’t take the time to flex my own FSU-centric decorations:

This is tough, but at the same time, way easier than it should be: