CBSSports picked four breakout stars for college football this year and Jared Verse is one of them.
The comparisons to Jermaine Johnson are going to be plentiful. Johnson arrived at Florida State from Georgia and wound up as the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2021 before becoming a first-round draft pick. Those are high expectations, and it’s a bit unfair (if not premature) to simply assume Verse will replicate those accolades. However, the belief that Verse could be at least an all-conference player seems appropriate. Verse was a FCS Freshman All-American an had 13.5 sacks in 15 career games at Albany. If he can handle the jump in talent, Verse could position himself as one of the more critical transfers of 2022. — Ben Kercheval
Speaking of Verse:
Jazston Turnetine is eager to contribute.
With a junior quarterback and a multitude of returning starters it’s a pivotal season in Tallahassee.
FSU has made the final four top running back target Daylan Smothers:
Is Florida State getting some good news today?
Change of plans I will be announcing my commitment Tomorrow @ 2:30pm!— DeMarco Ward (@DeMarco1x) June 27, 2022
This is starting to get a little crazy:
Michael Caspino denies there is a finalized contract. John Ruiz said he has never spoken to the NIL lawyer about Jaden Rashada.— On3 NIL (@On3NIL) June 28, 2022
That's only the start.
More on the Jaden Rashada debacle from @Pete_Nakos96 HERE: https://t.co/GTF9tT8iPZ pic.twitter.com/myARDnC0Pm
New head man Link Jarrett met with the media to explain his vision for FSU Baseball.
Season tickets are available for Women’s Hoops:
Daniel Berger won’t be able to compete at the John Deere Classic:
Gutted to have to withdrawal from the @JDCLASSIC this week. I am working on getting back to 100% but do not feel prepared to tee it up on Thursday. I want to wish all the players luck and thank @JohnDeere for their continued support.— Daniel Berger (@DanielBerger59) June 27, 2022
Four Seminoles will represent FSU and themselves as they compete for a World Championship.