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Noles News: Who is FSU Basketball’s GOAT?

Plus, a history lesson with Frank.

Florida State University Seminoles Men’s Basketball

Recruiting:

The state of Louisiana is historically a breeding ground for elite wide receiver talent and St. Jame Highschool standout Shazz Preston could be up next. Our Josh Pick caught up with the blue-chip pass catcher.

The ’Noles are looking to bolster the secondary as they sent out offers to two cornerbacks on Tuesday. One is 2022 blue-chip prospect Bobby Taylor out of Texas.

The other, 2023 CB Daiquan White, who already has a host of offers after his freshman season.

FSU baseball picked up their second 2024 commit in 14-year old Kale Fountain. 6’3 at 14 is just unfair:

Football:

This one was a long time coming, and Frank is here to let the world know, FSU largely dominated future hall of famer Brett Favre.

Some damn good players have donned no.5 in college football history—so, who ya got?

Love Jameis, but I got to go with Reggie.

I threw it in here last week, but it looks like Mike Norvell has continued to utilize a great resource in Hall of Fame QB Kurt Warner to talk to his players:

Just in case you didn’t see the outcome of all your votes, Charlie Ward is officially the unofficial best player in Florida State history.

Ward sat down with FSU head coach Mike Norvell in this week’s Chalk Talk:

Other Sports:

You decided the best football player in school history. Now that the bracket is set, it’s time to do the same for Florida State hoops.

The son of two FSU grads, it didn’t take much more for Ryan Denison to commit to Mike Martin Jr. after getting the offer. Our Brett Nevitt recently went in-depth with the talented 2022 RHP and had a chance to stand in on his bull pen.

One of the many posters Patrick Williams provided FSU fans with this season:

Alumni:

Our thoughts are with the family and friends of FSU’s Dean of Undergraduate Studies Karen Laughlin as we join the FSU community in mourning her loss. Laughlin had worked to educate FSU’s undergraduates for the better part of the last four decades and recently joined president thrasher to bestow 5,600 bachelor’s degrees during FSU’s virtual spring commencement.

Through his foundation, Brooks Koepka continues to help local communities amid the coronavirus pandemic. Also, a sweet cut/mustache combo on display here with SVP:

Congratulations to FSU softball alum Carsyn Gordon for taking the next step in her career and doing her part to help grow the game as she join the coaching staff for the Mantatee Squeeze. The Squeeze are part of the FGCL, a collegiate summer league that will hopefully have it’s inaugural season this summer: