The spring game showcased some of the young FSU talent, and Tamorrion Terry was ready for his moment.
Been waiting a whole year for this pic.twitter.com/cdZC9D2JXf— Tamorrion Terry (@TT1Batman) April 15, 2018
D.J. Matthews looks to be sticking with the No. 29 this season, and he’s putting a whole new meaning to it.
2 like Deion 9 Like Peter ....29— Dj Matthews- (@dat_dj) April 16, 2018
ACC Network shared their biggest takeaways from the Seminoles’ spring game.
Every time these “ring, ring, ring” tweets happen, a commitment comes next, and we’ve been seeing A LOT of them lately.
Great moment from Saturday’s game, when new head coach Willie Taggart got to welcome FSU legend Bobby Bowden back to Doak.
Willie Taggart welcoming Bobby Bowden on the field named after him. If you didn’t know how much this meant to Bobby, you probably do now. #FSU #Tradition #Legend #Legacy #Noles pic.twitter.com/lzfL1BcB7K— Melina Myers (@melinasphotos) April 16, 2018
These commitment tweets from the coaching staff just get better and better. This time, special teams coach Alonzo Hampton celebrates the commitment of cornerback Renardo Green.
Florida State is topping the attendance charts, and we can’t help but notice the other schools that the Seminoles beat out big time...
If you look closer to the bottom, you'll see Miami just above the the Liberty Bulldogs and Blountstown Tigers. pic.twitter.com/EWSE5J8C0t— Fifth Quarter FSU Blog (@fifthquartercfb) April 16, 2018
Your spring game attendance leader (for now) is Florida State https://t.co/MMjejVw7B0— SB Nation CFB (@SBNationCFB) April 17, 2018
The FSU cornerbacks are showing promise and growth, and our own Mark Sanders breaks down those specific improvements.
Doak After Dark was a ~ lit ~ and we know that the performers had a great time with it.
About Last Night— Salt N Pepa (@TheSaltNPepa) April 16, 2018
Doak Stadium / FSU
Thank you Florida for coming out to party with us. We will be back! #MondayMotivation #saltnpepa #SNP #hiphop #follow #love #life #women #music pic.twitter.com/gplk8BkIAa
The class of 2019 No. 1 recruit in the nation can’t stop talking Florida State, and is even joining in on the recruiting fun.
Just a little friendly reminder of how lackluster Miami’s recruiting weekend was during their spring game.
Carolina Panthers QB visited the Seminoles at the spring game with is high school 7v7 program, and offensive coordinator Walt Bell has got some jokes.
C/o 2019 3-star safety Aaron Beasley out of Heard County (GA) looks like he enjoyed his time at Florida State this past weekend.
FSU has offered c/o 2020 running back Jayion McCluster out of Largo (Fla.).
Florida State received another c/o 2019 commitment and this time from 3-star cornerback Renardo Green out of Apopka (Fla.) Wekiva High School.
Blessed to receive a dream offer from the University Florida state ‼️ I am also committing to the University of Florida state. #Dosomething @CoachTaggart @HarlonBarnett @CoachAGWaseem @rwb5b @247Sports @HamiltonESPN @KeiwanRatliff @RivalsWoody @OS_Recruiting @Corey_Bender pic.twitter.com/sSIKWhCgoe— Renardo Malcom Green (@nado2times) April 17, 2018
Seminoles have offered c/o 2020 defensive tackle Marcus Dumervil out of Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas.
The big commitments from 2019 stars after the huge weekend took the Seminoles recruiting class straight to the top.
With 3 HUGE commitments this weekend, Florida State's 2019 recruiting class is ranked #2. Follow the future Seminoles below:— Chat Sports (@ChatSports) April 16, 2018
- @quashonfuller#Tribe19 pic.twitter.com/cr7pefqpHH
Deion “Prime Time” Sanders’ son Shedeur Sanders is a major FSU QB target for the class of 2021, and while he knows he has big shoes to fill, it looks like he’s up to the task.
They say I have big shoes to fill, but I feel like my foot is bigger ❗️ pic.twitter.com/PubUowZgtK— Shedeur Sanders (@ShedeurSanders) April 17, 2018
Former FSU standout and current Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman had a few words to say about these new-look ’Noles.
Although FSU baseball continues to fall in the polls as the season continues, the Seminoles have received some good news on the recruiting front. TCC pitcher Jake Kinney is set to finish his collegiate career with Florida State.
COMING SOON TO @Seminoles and @FSUBaseball!! Big time commitment by @JAKE_kinney45 to play for @floridastate ⚾️— TCC Athletics (@TCCEagles) April 16, 2018
We're so excited for you! 2⃣
#TCC #TCCBirdgang #Noles #FSU #seminoles pic.twitter.com/eaHplMeFdt
I’m excited to announce that I will be continuing my career as a Student Athlete at Florida State University! pic.twitter.com/jzpMrd0JVY— Jake Kinney (@JAKE_kinney45) April 10, 2018
FSU softball shared some fun highlights from their Kids Clinic.
This week's Monday Moments takes a look back at our recent Kids Clinic. What an awesome time with a great group of kids to have some fun and spread the love of softball! pic.twitter.com/Xou87Xonzx— FSU Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 16, 2018
Florida State hoops offered c/o 2019 Luke Anderson, a 6’8 power forward from Lakeland (FL). Anderson is the No. 23 prospect in the class and also has offers from the likes of Xavier, Notre Dame and Iowa State.