Find and talk about all things Seminole recruiting under the umbrella of our Recruiting thread.
Our State of Recruiting series continues with a look at potential Linebackers.
Scouting new transfer tight end Jordan Wilson — what will he bring to the ’Noles?
Florida State offered big 2023 offensive tackle Chase Bisontis out of New Jersey.
Vegas put out odds to win the ACC next season — what do you think?
Odds to win ACC via @LVSuperBook:— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) May 11, 2020
Miami, UNC 12/1
FSU, Louisville, Virginia Tech 25/1
NC State, Virginia 80/1
Duke, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest 200/1
BC, Syracuse 300/1
Marvin Wilson might be the best interior defender in the country this season, and he’s determined to make the most of his opportunity to show NFL teams what he can do:
As Florida and other states begin to re-open, nobody — including coaches — really knows what’s going to happen this fall with college football and how it will be impacted by the novel coronavirus.
Coach Marve must’ve been watching the Jordan documentary:
S&C coach Storms is also channeling that spirit:
RESOLVE;— Coach Storms (@coachstorms) May 11, 2020
A resolution or determination made, as to follow some course of action.
Firmness of purpose or intent; determination. #WORK
Re-live the Block at the Rock with the radio broadcast.
Walk-on linebacker Armani Kerr has his degree but plans to return to FSU to pursue his MBA.
Sophomore pitcher Cade Hungate is entering the transfer portal.
The 2019-2020 women’s swimming and diving team season recap — Senior Molly Carlson had a great season earning conference diver of the year honors, her coach also won a conference award, while five total team members qualified for the NCAA Championships before it was canceled by COVID-19.
Wake Forest wing Ismael Massoud has told the staff that he WILL return for his sophomore season for the Demon Deacons. He averaged 4.8 points a 2.0 rebounds last season, shooting 39.8% behind the arc.— Les Johns (@Les_Johns) May 11, 2020
Big news for new coach Steve Forbes and his staff.
Ranking the 74 best NBA players of all time — FSU’s Dave Cowens makes the list.