Who has the best roster in the ACC aside from Clemson? Mike Norvell worked to rebuild FSU’s floor with #Tribe21 and now it’s time to boost FSU’s ceiling.
It’s a double dip of Thursday 3s; Law’rance Toafili:
McKenzie Milton is ready to make up for lost time.
FSU has got Nicco Marchiol locked up but that doesn’t mean they’re finished at the position.
When it’s all said and done FSU’s 2022 recruiting class will have multiple Five-Stars imo:
Feb 2020 : 6’4 209— Marvin Jones Jr. (@marvinjonesjrr) February 12, 2021
Feb 2021 : 6’5 241
Three-star defensive end commitment Nyjalik Kelly might not be a three-star for long.
Nyjalik Kelly’s physical tools are excellent, and he supported them this past fall with a strong junior campaign for Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard. The 6-foot-4, 235-pounder is long-armed with a wingspan approaching 7 feet. He finished his junior year with 21 tackles for loss and 13 sacks in only six games. The pass-rushing ability is obvious on tape, but given his length and frame potential, Kelly could possibly grow into a 3-technique type of defensive lineman as well. Regardless of alignment, Kelly is a sudden front-line defender with power and closing speed that make him dangerous. Kelly committed in mid-August to Florida State. He has added offers from West Virginia, Vanderbilt, Maryland, and LSU in the past month.
Lots to discuss in the 2022 recruiting thread.
FSU is picked to finish third in the ACC:
Here are some extensive notes from last week’s practice.
Bianca Jackson led the way as the ‘Noles crushed the Orange 67-52:
Adriaan Wildschutt is the ACC performer of the week.
Natasha Howard got traded for a Herschel Walker-esque package:
Sources have informed @winsidr the New York Liberty have acquired Natasha Howard in a trade with the Seattle Storm in exchange for the #1 2021 draft pick, 1st round 2022 (PHX), and 2nd round 2022 (NY).— Rachel Galligan (@RachGall) February 10, 2021
Mr. Raw is back; playing in the Canadian Football League:
Not that there was any doubt but Asante Samuel, Jr. has been invited to the NFL Combine:
Rodney Hudson has literally played thousands of snaps in between sacks allowed; that is absurd: