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Florida State football, recruiting news: is Marvin Wilson the top play-making DT in football?

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According to CBSSports Marvin Wilson isn’t just the best DT in the ACC; he’s the best play-maker at the position in all of college football.

Christian Meadows, the former four-star recruiting from Willie Taggart’s first transition class, is medically disqualified. His FSU football career is over.

Commissioner Swofford spoke with media on Thursday; positing four scenarios for sports the 2020-2021 Academic year.

A fast start in Tallahassee could have everyone talking about Mike Norvell as the next big thing in college football.


Four-star wide receiver Keon Coleman has been on FSU’s radar lately and he has a final six.

2022 OL Steven Nahmias spoke about his recruitment to FSU.

With the coronavirus impacting the staff’s ability to cultivate relationships with the high school coaches in Florida you can expect more offers going to recruits from areas they’ve been in the past: Enter 2022 Memphis offensive tackle Aliou Bah.

2022 RB Kedrick Debron has been offered by FSU; he’s a teammate of current defensive end commitment Joshua Farmer.

He wasn’t the only 2022 RB offered this weekend; South Floridian Maurice Jones is now being recruited by Florida State.

Not that it will be easy but when you start hearing top-flight defensive back recruits model their game after players like Derwin James and Jalen Ramsey it becomes much easier to recruit the position at a high level.

Florida State is the latest southeastern powerhouse to offer 2023, 6’5’ recruit Keldric Fault; you’re looking at a future national recruit.

Coronavirus isn’t slowing down Jacoby Jackson’s recruitment; he hopes to have a decision around the start of next season.

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