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Florida State football, recruiting news: NCAA allowing players to work out starting in June

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FSU reportedly has testing plans in place.

2020 Spring Practice #3 Brett Nevitt


2021 blue chip safety Corey Collier Jr., a Florida State football legacy recruit, has the Seminoles in his final six.

FSU also got some good news from cornerback Kamari Lassiter, landing in 2021 prospects’ top 11.

We spoke with 2020 signee Darion Williamson earlier this week — now, check out his scouting report to see what the receiver can bring to Mike Norvell’s offense.

Class of 2022 athlete Rashod Dubinion as well as 2022 safety Chace Biddle, both received offers from Florida State’s coaching staff yesterday.


The NCAA ruled that its three major sports (football, men’s basketball and women’s basketball) can resume “voluntary team activities” starting June 1, which basically amount to workouts — though only strength and conditioning and medical staff can be present.

Schools will individually use “discretion to make the best decisions possible for football and basketball student-athletes within the appropriate resocialization framework.” Reports have surfaced that nearly 60 Florida State football players and staff combined have been tested for coronavirus, with a tentative June 1 date a possibility.

Does Hamsah Nasirildeen be the next Isaiah Simmons? This writer believes so.

Florida State’s offensive line coach co-signing the second-place finisher in Tomahawk Nation’s best Florida State football player in school history bracket:

It looks like safety Jaiden Lars-Woodbey is back in Tallahassee and getting after it:

Here’s a double whammy of nostalgia for you today:

Former Florida State defensive back and current neurosurgery resident Dr. Myron Rolle continues to do cool things:

As reports continue to swirl about former Florida State and Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman’s free agency journey, reflect on the fun that was the Miami native in Garnet and Gold:

If players start bulking up like crazy, it’s because receivers coach Ron Dugans is feeding them three kinds of carbs in one go:


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