Last year, we counted down the days until the beginning of the Florida State football season by discussing (arguing) about the best player to wear each jersey number for the Seminoles. And while it’s certainly too soon to do that again, we thought we’d have some fun by comparing the players who won those respective debates by securing the most votes. We’ll feature one of these new countdown posts every Wednesday morning, which will have us debating those who wore single-digit numbers in the week right before ‘Bama week commences.
Below are the winners of the individual polls on the best to wear each number in the 90s, along with the percentage of votes they received. Be sure to click on the links to return to the original piece and review each player’s qualifications:
- No. 99: Defensive end Everette Brown (50% of vote).
- No. 98: Defensive tackle Markus White (48% of vote).
- No. 97: Defensive tackle Demonte McAllister (51% of vote).
- No. 96: Defensive tackle Larry Smith (62% of vote).
- No. 95: Defensive end Bjoern Werner (74% of vote).
- No. 94: Defensive end Chauncey Davis (53% of vote).
- No. 93: Defensive tackle Letroy Guion (35% of vote).
- No. 92: Defensive tackle Jerry Johnson (60% of vote).
- No. 91: Defensive tackle Tank Carradine (78% of vote).
- No. 90: Defensive end Derrick Alexander (81% of vote).
Alright— let’s vote. Who’s the best Seminole primarily known for wearing a jersey in the 90s?
Who is the top 90-something in Florida State history?
This poll is closed
No. 99 Everette Brown
No. 98 Markus White
No. 97 Demonte McAllister
No. 96 Larry Smith
No. 95 Bjoern Werner
No. 94 Chauncey Davis
No. 93 Letroy Guion
No. 92 Jerry Johnson
No. 91 Tank Carradine
No. 90 Derrick Alexander
Finally, do you see any of these changing in the near future? Are there current ’Noles who you think could take over the top spot at any of the 90s?