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Florida State football, recruiting news: Softball dominates Clemson, Baseball snaps losing streak

Am important weekend for Softball & Baseball gets off to a great start


Hykeem Williams is one of CBSSports’ Early Enrollees to watch in the round of the spring games occurring over the next few weeks.

Florida State has only produced one NFL draft pick at wide receiver since 2015. Even that one was a seventh-round pick: Auden Tate. Rated the No. 4 receiver in a stacked Top247, Williams has the goods to quickly flip that trend. At 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds, Williams boasts a college-ready body with the speed and versatility to punish opposing defenses. Adding Williams to a receiver room that already features rising star Johnny Wilson could make for a spring to remember in Tallahassee for Heisman-hopeful quarterback Jordan Travis.

Speaking of wide receivers; FSU’s group has quickly become one of the strongest groups in the ACC.

Newcomer Jeremiah Byers is all about embracing expectations.

FSU practiced inside Doak yesterday where the focus was all about the goal line segment.


Depending on how this spring has gone when the second transfer portal window opens FSU could be in the market for a safety.

Five-Star UGA commitment and former FSU commitment Landen Thomas was on campus yesterday; it’s his third visit of 2023.

Three-star WR Elijah Moore enjoyed his visit to FSU yesterday:

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FSU allowed one run in 14 innings of Softball yesterday in route to dominating both games of the the doubleheader yesterday.

Jackson Baumeister struck out 14 Clemson Tigers yesterday.

This weekend’s schedule has been adjusted due to inclement weather:


The leader after Day one at the Masters? Brooks Koepka: