Spring practice is in full swing, and offensive coordinator Walt Bell is excited about the effort the team is giving.
So happy to be here. I’ve never seen a group of kids have this much fun working this hard. Long way to go!— Walt Bell (@coachwaltbell) March 27, 2018
Head coach Willie Taggart continues to help his new look Seminoles grow.
No matter who you are, or where you are from, progress is still possible. “Have a great day if you want to”. Go Noles! #DoSomething— Willie Taggart (@CoachTaggart) March 26, 2018
Florida State football’s Coaches Clinic is set to have new and familiar faces work together.
Coach Taggart took some time to congratulate men’s tennis on their huge win over No. 1 Wake Forest.
The ’Noles had their first practice in full pads.
Walt Bell leading QB drills on a brisk Monday morning. pic.twitter.com/YBJEdu1nZr— Tim Linafelt / FSU (@Tim_Linafelt) March 26, 2018
Coach Taggart took some time before practice to address the media.
Next up to make a splash on the Seminoles’ roster could be D.J. Matthews.
Florida State had some visitors in town this weekend, one being West coast c/o 2020 major running back target Kendall Milton. Milton looked like he enjoyed himself and the Seminoles seem to have made an impact. Milton also has offers from Alabama, USC, Ohio State and Oregon.
FSU also had top c/o 2019 kicker Zack Sessa out of Venice (Fla.) in town.
One major group that the Seminoles had in town was that from Lakeland High School, which included the No. 3 tight end for the c/o 2019 Keon Zipperer.
The Lakeland (Fla.) High crew highlighted by Rivals250 TE Keon Zipperer (second from right) at FSU today. pic.twitter.com/cQntNdoEoI— Rob Cassidy (@Cassidy_Rob) March 26, 2018
4-star c/o 2019 linebacker Ge’mon Eaford out of Deerfield Beach (Fla.) looks like he enjoyed his weekend in Tally.
FSU has offered c/o 2020 safety Elias Ricks out of Santa Ana (Ca.) Mater Dei.
The No. 3 dual threat QB in the c/o 2019 Taisun Phommachanh enjoyed his visit at Florida State with Coach Taggart and Coach Bell.
Bad news for FSU golf alum and current PGA player Brooks Koepka as he is officially out of The Masters this coming weekend.
Brooks Koepka officially out of @TheMasters. Koepka is 1 of 2 players to finish in the top-15 in each of the last 5 majors held (Hideki Matsuyama).— Justin Ray (@JustinRayGC) March 26, 2018
FSU basketball signee Devin Vassell was named the 2018 Daily Post Boys Player of the Year.
Florida State baseball’s Jackson Lueck was voted the ACC Baseball Player of the Week after some recent strong performance.
Seminoles baseball has remained at the top of the polls, coming in at No. 7.
Phil Cofer and Terrance Mann were named to the All-Tournament team for the West region.
Lauri Paredes of FSU track and field has set a new record.