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Florida State football, recruiting news: Projections have FSU players high on 2021 draft boards

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Plus, get to know FSU’s newest running back.

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Our Josh Pick caught up with running back signee La’Damian Webb to talk everything from junior college to what went into his decision to choose Florida State.

Janarius Robinson is ready to live in the backfield in 2020:

Marvin Wilson and Hamsah Nasirildeen continue to appear as first round selections in many ‘way-too-early’ mock drafts.

Tamorrion Terry has also been projected to sneak into the first round in another loaded wide receiver class (a sliver of hope for Packers fans).

More tape like this and Marvin Wilson will be talked about as a top-10 pick this time next year:

Scary Terry agrees:

J-Rob spend the day putting in work with teammate Kalem DeLoach:

It’s this type of mindset that has Jaiden Woodbey storming back from injury:

And with workouts like this, Woodbey is looking to separate himself by having the biggest guns on the team:

A Hall of Famer, Super Bowl champion, league MVP, and Walter Payton Man of the Year, Mike Norvell couldn’t have gotten a better guy than Kurt Warner to speak to his quarterbacks:

Happy birthday to both Coach Dillingham and Cyrus Fagan who celebrated another year yesterday:


2023 Orlando linebacker Malik Bryant already holds a handful of offers, and he can add FSU to that list as they offered the Jones High School product yesterday.

The ’Noles are also in on 2022 offensive tackle Tyler Gibson, who comes from a family of FSU fans.

As always, don’t miss out on anything new in recruiting by staying active in our recruiting thread.

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Patrick Williams has signed with the Wasserman agency as he looks towards the NBA Draft:

FSU Hoops’ perennial thorn in their side Pitt landed a verbal from top-60 2020 forward William Jeffress:


Charlie Ward has leaped ahead of Deion Sanders in our “Best FSU player in history” poll, but we’re just entering the third quarter and their is still plenty of time to vote.

Ward linked up with another Florida State great, Jameis Winston to talk everything from Winston’s Dream Forever Foundation to preparing for his next NFL opportunity with the Saints:

Plenty of Doak Boys have made their way to the Golden State as the Tally to Cali pipeline strengthens:

Can Cam Akers follow in the footsteps of his predecessor Todd Gurley and win offensive rookie of the year? Akers currently sits behind fellow RBs, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Jonathan Taylor, Deandre Swift, and J.K. Dobbins at +2000 to take home the honor next year.

If you have to stay home, might as well refine those cooking skills and it appears Terance Mann already has it down:

Tony Carter is staying active of the golf course showing COVID-19 can’t hole-d him down (with that i’ll see myself out):