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Florida State football, recruiting news: New look Seminoles ready for spring ball

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Spring practice is officially here, and the Seminoles’ staff are ready for it.

Derwin James was asked about the use of former FSU players on Texas A&M recruiting material and his response said it all.

Sports Illustrated had an interesting take on college football’s “sweet sixteen” teams that have participated in the College Football Playoffs since 2014.

Willie Taggart participated in the first press conference of the spring, and spoke all things Pro Day and Spring Practice.

Spring practice is about to begin, and the ’Noles tight ends group looks to gain some experience before the fall.

Florida State’s receivers group has a lot of upside with great possibilities.

After losing serious talent at the linebacker position, the Seminoles new talent looks to make an impact.

The last episode of The Chase mic’d up series is here, and running backs coach Donte’ Pimpleton did not disappoint.

The Seminoles participating in Pro Day this year showed off their skills.


Florida State has offered c/o 2019 4-star running back Derrian Brown out of Buford (Ga.) Buford. Brown is the No. 13 back in the class and the No. 189 prospect overall.

Plenty of recruits stood out at the Under Armor All-America event in Miami this past week, but there’s a select few from Florida you should know about.

FSU prospect c/o 2019 4-star dual threat QB Taisun Phommachanh out of Bridgeport (CT) Avon Old Farms is Tally bound for a visit.


Mid-NFL Network interview, Derwin James got some praise from former Seminole Jalen Ramsey.

And the praise continued.

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FSU men’s golf faced some tough conditions at the Valspar Collegiate tournament, but persevered to finish in second and freshman John Pak impressed.

“John Pak is putting together a great freshman season,” FSU head coach Trey Jones said. “He keeps learning and getting better. The final round 66 in a 20-plus miles per hour wind is one of the best rounds I have coached.”

Men’s hoops is Cali bound for the Sweet Sixteen.

FSU baseball continued to dominate at home and beat the No. 22 UCF Knights.