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Florida State football, recruiting news: Lars-Woodbey recognized with rare award

Some NFL ’Noles will have new teams the next time football is played.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 07 ULM at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

FSU President Thrasher had an update on the COVID-19 situation:

Alumni:

Despite the cloud of COVID-19 hanging over everything, the NFL opened their league year yesterday. It didn’t take long for free agency to heat up, and some former ’Noles made the news —

Derwin James reacted to the Atlanta Falcons cutting RB Devonta Freeman:

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers let Jameis Winston walk into free agency and reportedly offered Tom Brady a massive deal:

If Brady turns it down, will Winston still sign with the Bucs?

Marvin Wilson reminds us we’re all fans, as he reacts to his Houston Texans trading away a star:

Football:

Jaiden Lars-Woodbey was one of six student-athletes recognized among the Torchbearer 100, the highest honor awarded from the Division of Student Affairs:

The Torchbearer 100 recognizes Florida State University’s exceptional undergraduate student leaders and achievers of the current and rising senior class. This honor is intended to celebrate and thank the outstanding few who allowed their passions to exceed the bounds of comfort, whose devotion did not waiver, and who dared to step out into the darkness and light a torch that would lead the way for those to come. It is the magnitude of impact that each of The 100 has made within their own realm of influence that carries on the legacy of student leadership at Florida State.

DE Josh Griffis shows off a pass-rush move:

WR signee Corey Wren is ready:

Freshman OL Zane Herring doesn’t regret his choice at all:

Recruiting:

If case you missed it, Tomahawk’s new manager wants to get weird.

Recruiting may be in a dead period until April 15th, but that doesn’t stop our Tim Scribble, who takes stock of FSU’s State of Recruiting, starting with quarterbacks.

Tomahawk’s Josh Pick goes in-depth with star linebacker commit Branden Jennings and asks him about his recruitment.

#Tribe22 cornerback:

Other Sports:

Despite the season being cut short after just 17 games, our Brett Nevitt chronicles — in spectacular fashion — why the Baseball season was still meaningful.