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Florida State football, recruiting news: #Tribe19 position outlooks updated

Are the Seminoles a top-25 team?

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


Florida State dropped out of the top-25 in ESPN’s post-spring rankings. The Seminoles face one of the nation’s most difficult schedules in Willie Taggart’s first season as head coach, playing four top-15 teams in 2018.

Florida State’s schedule will be difficult but it’s all about the Jimmy and Joes and Florida State should still be one of the six most talented teams in the country in 2018.

Sports networks, like the upcoming ACC Network, may be highly affected if Nielsen’s May cable coverage is any indication.

The NCAA is looking to be more strict with uniforms in 2018.


One of the highly-anticipated prospects of that 2019 offensive line class is letting everyone know where he stands.

At 6’3, 330, Lucas is a powerful four-star that FSU would be more than happy to have. The IMG Academy product is committed to Florida State.

How are the ’Noles shaping up on the offensive line in the 2019 class? Bud Elliot has you covered.

The Seminoles’ recruiting outlook at linebacker has also been updated, as has the wide receiving corps that returns 10 players.

5-star DE Kayvon Thibodeaux is getting another visit from Florida State today; FSU made quite the impression on his three-day visit two and a half weeks ago.


Wednesday was the deadline for NFL players to have their fifth-year options exercised. Former Seminole Cam Erving was not one of them.

Jameis Winston had his fifth year option picked up in April.

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FSU freshman Johnny Pak was just selected as a Jack Nicklaus award semifinalist. He’s one of 30 division 1 student-athletes to achieve that honor.

Wednesday was a big day for FSU Golf, as they’re about to make their 13th straight regional appearance. The NCAA Men’s Golf regional takes place May 14th-16th.