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Can FSU challenge for a top ten class in 2022?

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2021 four-star speedster wide receiver Christian Leary has definitely noticed that FSU has stepped up their graphics game:

The Seminoles became the first team to offer 2021 athlete Dylan Simmons.

A whole lot of action on the #Tribe22 front as the new staff looks to start new relationships with the next class:

FSU leads for 2022 guard Kanaya Charlton.

2022 safety Jacoby “Money” Matthews picked up an FSU offer.

2022 athlete C.J. Hicks was also offered by FSU.

2022 linebacker Jaylen Sneed also earned an offer from Florida State.

2022 athlete and 247 four-star Malaki Starks picked up his first ACC offer when the ’Noles extended a scholarship offer yesterday.

2022 WR Amorion Walker also picked up an offer from the Garnet and Gold.

Four-star corner Kamari Lassiter gives an update on his recruitment.

Whew, that’s a lot. Jump into the Recruiting thread here.


Coach Norvell is taking up a good cause:

And continuing to support another one:

ESPN released their 2020 FPI, or Football Power Index. Florida State comes in at 26 — is that too high, too low, or just right?

Scouting Mississippi State transfer Fabian Lovett. What will he bring to the ’Noles?

Tomahawk took a crack at a mock draft for NFC teams, and we put in polls so you can vote for which team had the best draft in each division. How did we do? What would you have done differently? If you missed it, here’s the AFC teams.

The Final Four bracket for the best players in school history.

In a different bracket, the 2013 title game won again:

Other Sports:

Baseball American ranked the best Golden Spikes seasons, and guess who’s at the top?



The third-ranked golf player in the world will be on instagram today, if you’re into that sort of thing:

The NFL Draft is nearly here. Arif Hasan of The Athletic put out a consensus big board — that is, you aggregated all the draft boards out there, and the results are usually pretty accurate (VIP). Cam Akers makes the top 60, while Stanford Samuels III and Levonta Taylor might have to wait a bit longer to hear their names called.

Speaking of draft boards:

Florida State really does seem to have a tremendous amount of quality draft picks at edge rusher and defensive back.

I think I speak for all of us when I say I miss them in the Garnet and Gold:

Officer Justin Hill and LivePD have some words of wisdom:

but, where can I get one of those masks?