Florida State football players Tamorrion Terry and Marvin Wilson continue to rake in the preseason honors, being added to the preseason All-ACC team and multiple award watchlists.
It comes as no surprise that Clemson players make up the majority of the preseason All-ACC team, but could Clemson beat a team full of ACC all-stars?
This is essentially what you’re looking at vs Clemson. IDK. pic.twitter.com/6NsmEIcKSB— Dakota Moyer (@DakMoyer) July 23, 2019
The war over which schools have produced the most talent at specific positions will be waged on the battlefields of the internet until the end of time. Depending on which criteria is being used, many schools can stake claims do being WRU, QBU, or DBU. (The correct answer for DBU is Florida State.) ESPN came up with their own criteria and time period to produce their list for every position.
As contentious as the article might be, Florida State is mentioned several times. Funnily enough, just like in real life, kickers were somewhat of an after thought. The good news is, ESPN has FSU as the undisputed Kicker U:
We didn’t get into this in the story but @ESPNStatsInfo did the legwork so...— That's so David (@ADavidHaleJoint) July 23, 2019
1. FSU (and it’s not close)
3. Ohio St
9. New Mexico
24/7Sports released new player rankings and FSU Commit Demorie Tate saw a significant bump, going from the 125th ranked player to the 37th, and is now rated the 6th best corner int he country:
FSU baseball’s sophomore SS Nander De Sedas will be eligible for the 2020 MLB Draft:
Now that we know the 2020 draft date (June 8) we also know the draft-eligible sophomores date (have to be born by July 25, 1999). That means FSU SS Nander De Sedas joins a very, very deep group of draft-eligible sophomores.https://t.co/NeJOlJ5lQq— JJ Cooper (@jjcoop36) July 23, 2019
FSU baseball commit Carson Montgomery put on a show on the mound in the Under Armour All-America Game:
14 pitches— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) July 23, 2019
3 Ks@FSUBaseball commit and 2020 #MLBDraft prospect Carson Montgomery ranks among @jimcallisMLB's top performers from yesterday's #UAALLAMERICA Game: https://t.co/LyvbjCEPtg pic.twitter.com/UyMlSx4YzU
With two weeks left in the regular season of the PGA Tour, our Michael Rogner took a look at how former FSU golfers fared this year.
While he played just one season at Florida State, Walter Jones will go down as one of the greatest offensive linemen to ever do it. The big man comes in at no. 39 in our top 100 countdown.