You can see what moves FSU has been making on the trail as far as the Class of 2022 goes here, and as always, you can head to our Florida State recruiting thread to catch up on all the latest news and pick the brains of our recruiting staff.
Watch us work!— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) September 9, 2020
Saturday | 3:30 pm | ABC pic.twitter.com/frNF0NJTRi
FSU lands four names on ESPN’s top 25 ACC players: Marvin Wilson (No. 3), Hamsah Nasilrideen (No. 9), Asante Samuel Jr. (No. 13) and Tamorrion Terry (No. 19).
We saw Joshua Kaindoh smash a rock commemorating the end of fall camp and in recognition of an impressive display of buy-in during the offseason a few weeks ago, and today, strength and conditioning coach Josh Storms showed off the other potential rocks (not minerals) that could meet a similar fate this season:
We spoke with head coach Mike Norvell as part of media availability yesterday, as well as defensive line coach Odell Haggins and defensive linemen Marvin Wilson and Robert Cooper.
Our Austin Cox also spoke with EJ Manuel and Mark Richt yesterday as part of Zoom conference call — and the former FSU quarterback and former FSU offensive coordinator both had good words for the 2020 Seminoles.
Florida State is off from practice today — but you can read CoachAB break down some of the team’s game prep here.
The latest edition of Tomahawk Nation’s podcast Seminole Wrap is here, featuring a breakdown of FSU vs. Georgia Tech from Kevin Little (Xs and Noles) as well as some further insight into the depth chart.
Norvell also spoke with Florida State’s marching band, the Marching Chiefs, making sure to thank them and acknowledge their vital role in Saturday’s game:
Many thanks to @Coach_Norvell for stopping by our practice this afternoon. We can’t wait to support you and @FSUFootball on Saturday. Rest assured, we’ll be loud and proud [and socially distanced]. #Noles #MCATDT pic.twitter.com/JlJLfmdhVG— Marching Chiefs (@FSUChiefs) September 10, 2020
Jalen Ramsey — former Florida State Seminole, current Los Angeles Ram, highest paid defensive back in the history of the NFL:
I really want to say thank you to everyone who has reached out today, but I’d run out of time in the day lol..— Jalen Ramsey (@jalenramsey) September 10, 2020
but I really do appreciate all the love! God is love! God is great beyond imagination. Be blessed
A few weeks ago, Warrick Dunn spoke to the Florida State team — now, he’ll be speaking to you, as part of the first edition of FSU’s Sod Talk:
Less than a year ago I couldn’t even walk ... Now I’m about to be living the college dream once again ... BLESSED— ϟ THOR ϟ (@JaidenWoodbey) September 9, 2020
A year ago today! Came a long way from that struggle! I’m blessed to be able to touch that field again... https://t.co/QlTrQRS4Lk— Jashaun Corbin (@Jashaun06) September 10, 2020
All business for Corey Durden moving forward:
No more talking...I’m locked in see y’all in 2021 Twitter ✌— 16. ⁶ (@king_durden35) September 9, 2020
Derrick Nnadi continues to do the work of a her by saving the puppies:
IT’S BACK! So pumped that The Derrick Nnadi Foundation will be partnering with the @kcpetproject again this season. After every win, I’ll be covering the adoption fees for a dog that needs a home. I’m so ready to get those wins and help more pups find a home! #NnadiDogs pic.twitter.com/n6QfKqr5d0— Derrick Nnadi (@DerrickNnadi) September 9, 2020
Speaking of charitable works, here’s Lonnie Pryor:
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Join me and @jaxnolesclub in kicking off the football season by giving back through Grad Year Give! Every donation goes directly to funding our Jacksonville Seminole Club Endowed scholarship to help future Seminoles. Just 1. Click the link in the in their bio 2. Donate the year you graduate in dollars and cents (2012 = $20.12) 3. Share your own selfie with your year/donation and the hashtag #904gradyeargive so we can challenge other alumni to donate with us! #904noles #noleshelpingnoles ...
— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) September 9, 2020
After dropping our opener, the Noles headed to Gainesville to face the No. 6 Gators looking for the sixth straight win in the series. pic.twitter.com/V7lsBpJR7c
Look at FSU commit Bryce McGowens balling out:
Sue Semrau continues to be the best:
DJ Stewart is having a grand ol’ time playing baseball right now:
Florida State volleyball has been picked to finish fifth in the ACC.