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Florida State football, recruiting news: Tamorrion Terry among nation’s top returning receivers

Plus, football recruiting is gaining momentum in Georgia.

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Football:

David Hale identified the only returning wide receivers in the nation to average 10+YAC, and Tamorrion Terry is among them. While Terry has the lowest average (10.17 is still impressive), he’s also done it mostly as an outside receiver:

Former Miami OC Dan Enos been hired as the new running backs coach on Luke Fickell’s staff in Cincinnati:

Recruiting:

FSU hasn’t wasted any time on the recruiting trail since the end of the dead period, securing a commitment from 2022 Georgia Athlete Travis Hunter.

The Seminoles look to be gaining momentum in Georgia, as fellow Peach State recruit, 4-star 2022 corner Marquis Groves-Killebrew, took notice of the commitment. Both players’ main recruiter is FSU DB coach Marcus Woodson:

The only other FSU commitment, IMG QB Chad Mascoe, welcomed Hunter to the tribe:

Florida State is also all-in on recruiting their own backyard, going hard after talented 4-star DB Terrion Arnold out of John Paul Catholic in Tallahassee:

However, it wasn’t all good news on the recruiting front. While it appears to be a mutual parting of ways, 3-star RB Keyshawn Spencer decomitted from the ’Noles on Tuesday evening.

Kudos to Spencer here for an incredibly mature note to go along with the re-opening of his recruitment:

FSU will host 2021 3-star receiver Christian Lewis out of Pleasant Grove on Saturday:

Other Sports:

In extra innings, FSU Baseball handed Mercer their first loss of the season in walk off fashion.

Yet another ACC title for FSU’s mens indoor track team is good enough for a bit of a ratings bump:

FSU Hoops sent their congratulations to long-time Florida State assistant and first-year Cleveland State head coach Dennis Gates on earning Co-Coach of the Year in the Horizon League:

The ’Noles have also touched down in South Bend for their match up with Notre Dame:

FSU Basketball is 0-3 in their history against the Irish in South Bend and will look to turn those tides in an attempt at a strong finish to a fantastic season.