ACC has some talented running backs returning this season and two of them are Seminoles.
Returning ACC RBs - by yards after contact per attempt pic.twitter.com/ugX8hK4fLL— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 2, 2018
FSU defensive tackle and honey friend chicken enthusiast Marvin Wilson likes what’s going on with the new coaching staff and give insight to how practices have been going.
Some bad news for Wilson though: he was not able to take part in spring practice due to an unknown injury.
Marvin Wilson on crutches at today’s #FSU practice, not working out.— Curt Weiler (@CurtMWeiler) April 2, 2018
Spring practice continued this week.
New head of Player Development Mario Edwards Sr. shares his thoughts on the halfway point of spring practice.
We’re At The Cross Road Of Spring Ball... The Half Way Point. Now Is The Time The Wheat Separates Itself From The Tare! #NoleWhere2RunNoleWhere2Hide #Looking4NolesThatWillConsistentlyDoSomething! #AllGasNoleBrakes!— Mario Edwards (@MarioEdwardsFSU) April 2, 2018
After their first scrimmage, head coach Willie Taggart looks for improvements.
4-star class of 2019 star offensive guard Deyavie Hammond showed the ’Noles some love.
In case you haven’t checked it out, there’s some updates on 13 of the class of 2019’s best Florida recruits.
Class of 2019 cornerback Rhasaan Christian, linebacker Joel Parker, and linebacker Dejuan Ball all from Pinson Valley (Ala.) attended FSU practice this week.
The king himself, LeBron James, gave a shout out to Peter Warrick after FSU announced that they would be retiring his No. 9 jersey.
FSU is retiring Peter Warrick's #9. He's the reason why LeBron James wore #9 in high school.— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) April 1, 2018
LeBron played 2 seasons at WR and was All-Ohio both times.
99 REC, 1,912 Rec yds, 27 total TD in career. 6 100+ year receiving games. pic.twitter.com/3KqcotUGMS
Also former FSU ace had a great start to the season with the St. Louis Cardinals.
We’ll be seeing Harry Ellis competing at The Masters this weekend.
Florida State baseball has risen in the most recent rankings, and comes in at No. 6.
FSU men’s tennis continues to impress.
The Noles currently lead the country in winning percentage and wins. We are also one of two schools to only have one loss! pic.twitter.com/h70z418ZpP— FSU Men's Tennis (@FSU_MTennis) April 2, 2018
Seminoles baseball is teaming up with the Black Student Union to honor the Negro Baseball Leagues.
Noles Baseball is teaming up with the FSU Black Student Union (@FSU_BSU) to honor the Negro Baseball Leagues this Wednesday against Jacksonville.— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) April 2, 2018
Fred Flowers, the first African-American student athlete at Florida State, will throw out the first pitch prior to the 6 pm game. pic.twitter.com/J6lArGcgoq
Although a disappointing finish to the season, FSU women’s hoops were ranked within the top 15 for the fourth straight year.