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Florida State football, recruiting news: Coach Taggart and staff focus efforts on #Tribe19

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NCAA Football: Florida State Spring Game Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports


Freshman star/safety Jaiden Woodbey has officially set his jersey number for his college career.

In this week’s Nolecast, the crew discusses the Seminoles’ post-spring ball movement.

Recent Florida State alums saw another successful NFL draft for themselves, but will this 2018 class succeed at the next level?


The ’Noles have offered c/o 2020 ATH Demorie Tate out of Orlando (Fla.) Freedom. FSU comes in early on this offer to Tate, but they clearly see something in him, and Tate has made it clear that Florida State is one of his top.

Looking towards the 2019 recruiting class, the Seminoles look to continue the greatness of defensive backs at this historic program, also known as DBU.


According to his Instagram, Wilson Bell has signed as an un-drafted free agent with the Buffalo Bills. If you haven’t caught up on where the rest of the UDFA and NFL draft picks landed, we’ve got you covered.

Former FSU standout and current member of the Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Ramsey shows some love to the recently drafted Derwin James.

Josh Sweat has a lot of upside for the reigning Super Bowl champions.

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Great news for women’s hoops, Brooke Wyckoff has been promoted to the Associate Head Coach position. Wyckoff has a long history with the program, as a player from 1997-2001, and has been with the coaching staff since 2011. Congrats coach!

The men’s tennis program is hosting the first two rounds of the NCAA tennis championships in Tallahassee.

As Brian Angola nears graduation at the FSU Tucker Center, Jake Rosuck of the NCAA delivers a great piece on how Angola made Tallahassee home.

The FSU baseball program got a recent update to their schedule.

Seminoles have offered Rice-transfer Malik Osborne the opportunity to complete his eligibility at Florida State. Osborne is a 6’8 200bs freshman small-forward originally out of Park Forest (IL).

Men's hoops is suffering a tough loss with the recent news from Ike Obiagu, and his plan to transfer from FSU.