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Florida State football, recruiting news: Fall camp has arrived

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The Seminoles prepare for the 2020 season.

Syracuse v Florida State Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images

Football:

In his opening press conference Mike Norvell said that his number one goal for this season is to maximize every player’s potential.

“If you want to be the guy, you have to carry yourself like the guy.” Offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham talks expectations and incoming freshmen quarterbacks.

Adam Fuller is excited about the talent on the 2020 defense; he mentioned three players in the front seven and neither of them were Marvin Wilson or Cory Durden.

Here’s our early prediction at what the offensive two-deep looks like heading into fall camp.

With the schedule officially released it’s time for some predictions.

Instead of predicting the season game by game with a strict win-loss outcome; we take a more mathematical approach to predicting the season and go by win shares. All in all most TN staffers expect FSU to win between five and seven games this year.

The guys at Packer and Durham are not pleased with the fact that arguably FSU’s four toughest opponents all have bye weeks before facing FSU:

Two of FSU’s rivals will be without big pieces of their defenses this fall.

Miami defensive end Gregory Rousseau is opting out of the 2020 season; he had 15.5 sacks last fall.

Clemson defensive end Xavier Thomas hasn’t quite lived up to the hype but a battle with the coronavirus followed by strep throat really did a number on him:

Recruiting:

FSU is making four-star LA RB a top priority. (VIP)

2022 future five-star Bishop Gorman defensive end Cyrus Moss has been offered by Florida State:

2023 athlete Cole Martin has been offered by FSU; the staff continues to work their Arizona tie-ins.

Five-star combo guard Jalen Warley is set to announce his commitment live on CBSSports HQ this Sunday; FSU is the favorite.

Other Sports:

The boys are back in town:

Alumni:

The Vikings and Dalvin Cook haven’t given up on a contract extension before the season starts.

A much slimmer Jameis Winston donning the black and gold: