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Florida State football, recruiting: FSU catching national attention

Is Willie Taggart already one of the nation’s best coaches?

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Willie Taggart is enjoying his first months as “the man”
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Why did FSU drop in the post-spring polls? Listeners have questions, Tomahawk Nation has the answers.

Is Willie Taggart already considered one of the best head coaches in the country? CBS Sports has him ranked above Orgeron, Morris, Kingsbury, Doeron, Muschamp, and Sumlin.

Seminoles fans know Cam Akers is good. The NFL Network does too, and they already have him as one of the top-15 players to watch in the nation in 2018.

The 2018 NFL Draft is in the books. Will any Florida State players be picked in the first round in 2019? One Seminole will be, according to one website.

The ’Noles have several difficult road games ahead of them in Taggart’s first year. Just how much of a chance do they have to beat the Irish in South Bend? SB Nation lets you know.

Bud Elliott has updated FSU’s 2019 offensive line offers, targets, and boards.

The 2019 linebacking corps has also been updated as the ’Noles look to sign four top recruits.

Everyones knows that Seminoles fans will go the distance to support their team. Fans of other teams will too, just like one man drove who literally drove 45 miles to fight and prove his fandom.


FSU just offered a five-star offensive tackle. 247sports has him headed to Texas, but the Seminoles may have a decent shot at landing the Oak Ridge product.

Taggart and his crew are trying to hold down recruiting grounds in Northeast and Southern Georgia. Just how much does Florida State have Georgia on their mind?


Antonio Cromartie has 14 children. He also has another season of “The Cromarties” in the making on USA.

Does former Seminoles offensive lineman, and newly-turned New Orleans Saint, Rick Leonard have the tools to make an impact in the NFL? SB Nation has the answer.

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