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Florida State football, recruiting news: Does FSU have the best defensive lineman in football?

We’re taking Big Marv.

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FSU football made the top-5 for Florida athlete Raheim Sanders. Sanders’ recruitment is seemingly wide open, can the ’Noles keep him in-state?

What can FSU fans expect from the newest Seminoles commit Kevin Knowles? Coach AB broke down the film.

It’s no secret that Florida State needs offensive tackles, and the staff has placed a high priority on this position on the recruiting trail. Our Josh Pick caught up with 2022 OT Gunner Givens to get his thoughts on his FSU offer and take a look at his recruitment as a whole.

Norvell and co. have done a great job at adding to a running back room that had plenty of depth issues heading into this season. Now they look to the future, extending an offer to one of the top-ranked 2022 prospects in Arkansas.

This is impressive from 2021 FSU DE commit Joshua Farmer:

You can keep track of all of FSU’s recruiting targets and commits in one place with our recruiting tracker.

And, as always, you can stay up to date with all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.


Who is college football’s best defensive lineman in college football? Sound off in the comments (on why it’s Marvin Wilson.)

FSU’s multi-year APR rose from 936 to 942. While they are still ranked last among FBS programs, 2018-2019’s single-year APR of 956 (up from 922) shows a program headed in the right direction off the field.

Regardless of on-field product, Willie Taggart left a solid foundation for turning around the dismal off the field situation. What’s even more encouraging for the future is Mike Norvell’s previous team just posted it’s highest APR in team history:

Now back to Big Marv— that’s a big man moving quick:

Do we see a big man touchdown from 21 this year?

Coach Marve is back with the daily motivational words:


FSU Hoops have offered JD Davison, the top-ranked 2021 PG in the country according to 247Sports:

Sometimes even the little things can serve as motivation to get a W, and in this throwback clip it seems like FSU basketball had been waiting a long time for the chance to mess up coach Stan Jones’ perfect hair:


FSU Volleyball confirmed very smart:


FSU alum and current athletic director David Coburn, who is known for his experience with budgeting issues, is quite literally putting his money where his mouth is as he is currently the lowest paid AD in the FBS.

Freddie Stevenson was quite surprised when he didn’t even have to block on this iconic pitch from Everett Golson to Dalvin Cook: