In this week’s Tutorial Tuesday, Jon Marchant breaks down the wide receiver route tree and the different language used in various offenses, including Mike Norvell’s.
Division 1 sports, including football and basketball, will have a signing period beginning today through august 1st for 2020 recruits:
Is this only for 2020 kids?— danielle (@danielleruns) April 14, 2020
Yes— Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) April 14, 2020
Which state produces the best football players? Mike Evans/Dez Bryant say Texas while Mecole Hardman argues Georgia. They’re all wrong because the real answer is Florida, but what do you all say?
Haha ! Give me Cali over everybody !! https://t.co/b8ghogMoFz— Travis Johnson (@trapj99) April 14, 2020
The wives of FSU football coaches came out in support of Akeia Johnson (wife of running backs coach David Johnson), as her mother battles COVID-19:
FSU made the top-12 for blue-chip 2021 safety Kendal Daniels out of Beggs, Oklahoma.
Coach AB and TimScribble took a deep dive into the game of FSU OL commit Jake Slaughter, who pledged to FSU on Monday.
AB and Scribble (what a duo) also looked at FSU’s latest addition to the secondary, Meiko Dotson, who led the nation in interceptions last year at FAU.
Josh Pick caught up with 4-star 2022 QB M.J. Morris. The No. 2 dual-threat has an impressive offer list, and a great relationship with FSU OC Kenny Dillingham, who first offered him at Auburn.
Despite the whole staff being stuck at home, recruiting has been popping off recently for the Seminoles. Hop into our new recruiting chat to get the latest.
FSU OL signee Lloyd Willis is eager to get to campus:
I can’t wait until I get to college I got something to prove— Lloyd Willis (@Lloyd_Willis70) April 14, 2020
Can’t believe it has already been five years since this moment.
Imagine being the idiot that walks home early because they have a paper due that night, only to hear the crowd cheering a walk-off homer against their biggest rival in extra-innings from just outside the stadium. What a win, what a bat flip:
FSU’s Trent Forrest starred on and off the court, utilizing post-graduate scholarships to help him through grad school:
@TForrest_11, who led the #FSU basketball team to a No. 4 national ranking, was selected as one of 50 student-athletes from each of the 15 ACC schools, as a 2020 Weaver-James-Corrigan Postgraduate Scholarship Award recipient. @FSUHoops pic.twitter.com/S3KotahaxB— Chuck Walsh (@chuckwalshfsu) April 14, 2020
FSU softball reminded everyone that they had one of the best opening weekend crowds in all of college softball as it was standing room only at Joanna Graf stadium:
Just a friendly lunchtime reminder that our fans are the best in the country— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 14, 2020
Top 3 Average Attendance for @NCAAsoftball during Opening Weekend ⬇️
1: LSU - 1,574
2: @FSU_Softball* - 1,373
3: USF - 1,217
*- JoAnne Graf Field only holds 1,000 people#OneTribe | #GoNoles pic.twitter.com/88lnz3IJoJ
Even the biggest Jameis Winston critic can never discount the work he puts in. Even with places shut down, he’s been getting it done and looks to be in the best shape of his life, as he prepares for the next chapter of his career:
From Jameis Winston’s Instagram today...— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) April 14, 2020
That’s some serious offseason work. pic.twitter.com/LQm5emCz8A
Daily post to gas up how great Myron Rolle is—this one courtesy of FSU defensive end coach and special teams coordinator, John Papuchis:
While FSU can’t really claim QBU, they have a good track record of signal-callers being drafted:
Drop Derrick Brooks your best caption for his picture with his Hall of Fame bust:
Terance Mann always dresses to stand out and now he’s got plenty of time to coordinate his pregame fits for whenever the NBA returns: