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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU adds two more commits to 2020 class

Plus, FSU signees see bumps in both football and basketball.

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FSU flipped it’s third former SEC pledge in as many days with the commitment of 3-star WR Darion Williamson:

But they weren’t finished, adding Williamson’s teammate, 6’5” 255 pound TE Markeston Douglas later in the day:

Head coach Mike Norvell and offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham shared their excitement on the latest additions to Tribe 20:

Demorie Tate, FSU’s highest rated signee in the 2020 class just leveled up. He is now rated as a 5-star prospect per 247Sports’ rankings.

Tate wasn’t the only one to get a bump, FSU Hoops signee Scottie Barnes is now rated the 6th overall recruit in the country:

Deerfield Beach 2021 corner Phillip O’Brien Jr. is set to visit campus this weekend:

As is 2021 Winter Park safety Dakota Mitchell:

FSU Linebackers coach Chris Marve made his rounds in Polk county today, stopping by current Seminole Brendan Gant’s old stomping grounds, Kathleen High School:

Marve also stopped by Lake Gibson High School, while new DB coach Marcus Woodson recruited the panhandle:

The Seminoles also offered a handful of 2021, 2022, and even 2023 recruits.

2021 4-star defensive end Monkell Goodwine:

4-star 2021 RB Cody Brown:

3-star 2021 wide receiver Jaden Alexis:

2021 3-star tight end Bryson Nesbit:

Brunswick OG Kanaya Charlton:

2023 LeHigh running back Richard Young:

2021 Parkview corner Quincy Bryant:

2022 Naples High safety Devin Moore:


The 49ers deemed Miami’s newly resurfaced practice field a danger to play on. You just hate to see it:

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FSU Hoops split their regular season series with the National Champs, falling to UVA last night in a close contest. They’ll stay in the state and look to get back on track against Virginia Tech on Saturday.

It remains to be seen if this will hold, but FSU Basketball is up to a 2-seed in Joe Lunardi’s latest bracketology. Lunardi has the ’Noles heading to Tampa to take on a familiar foe in Murray State.

Meanwhile, the FSU Women currently sit as a projected 4-seed:

Finally, FSU Softball is a top 10 team no matter who you ask: