Update: Ryan Green just tweaked his hamstring. It wasn't pulled or strained, so it was just precautionary.
The Florida State Seminoles took to the practice fields once again Wednesday afternoon in shorts and shells. It was a hot one as they entered the indoor practice facility. And with Wednesday being the third day of practice, they began to experiment with some of the freshmen.
Ryan Green and Markus Eligwe were not dressed out and did not practice -- they both rode the stationary bikes.
The Indianapolis Colts and the New York Giants had scouts present at practice, and the Giants seemed pretty interested in the offensive line.
Nile Lawrence-Stample, who has been limited the first couple of days, seemed to be fully participating. However, the media has limited access, so it's possible that his time became limited once the media left.
The offensive line is as expected, and Kareem Are and Ruben Carter are the first two in. Are was working at left guard while Carter was working was working at right guard. Wilson Bell was working with the third-team along side Roderick Johnson, with Bell at right guard and Johnson at right tackle.
The offense showed some interesting looks on Wednesday with Mario Pender out wide on the outside shoulder of Rashad Greene. Travis Rudolph also took reps with the first team offense opposite Greene, while Christian Green and Bobo Wilson share time in the slot.
The defensive line was bouncing around and doing some things. Nile Lawrence-Stample spent some time directly over center at the nose position, while Eddie Goldman played a lot of 3-technique and 4-technique. Desmond Hollin also saw time with the first team during its five-man fronts and played the 4-technique.
The secondary has shown some exciting combinations, especially in the nickel and dime. Whether it's Chris Casher or Mario Edwards dropping into coverage while Jalen Ramsey and Nate Andrews blitz or Ramsey or Tyler Hunter spending time up in the box, it's safe to say that the Florida State defense will be just as aggressive as they were last season.
Rashad Greene, Kermit Whitfield and Bobo Wilson looked to be working on punt return drills.
Also worth noting: J.J. Cosentino seems to be shadowing Jameis Winston. When Winston runs full-speed out of the indoor facility to the quarterback's spot on the practice fields, so does Cosentino. Cosentino recently posted on social media that Winston is hard on him, and it looks like the freshman is set on learning everything he can from the Heisman Trophy winner.
Jimbo Fisher will speak to the media following Wednesday's practice, as will some of the players.