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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU QB commit impresses at Elite 11 finals

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Plus, is Tamorrion Terry the best deep threat in college football?

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Daiquan White, A rising sophomore DB, spoke to our Josh Pick about the recruiting process and always wanting to visit Florida State.

FSU QB commit Luke Altmyer is leaving a good impression through two days at the elite 11 finals:

FSU extended an offer to long Garden State 4-star CB Jaeden Gould.

As well as a big-time 2022 talent in IMG blue-chip RB Kaytron Allen.

Florida State rounded out the evening by handing out another offer to a defensive player, this time it was 2021 DE Landyn Watson

Make sure you stay up to date on all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.


While he was already one of the best college receivers over the last couple of years, with half this list headed to the pros, Tamorrion Terry is truly one the best deep threats in college football:

Besides Tallahassee, what is your pick for the best college town in America?

It might be some time until this stadium is full again, but we’re all looking forward to when it is:

Coach Dillingham echoing the sentiments of FSU great Deion Sanders:


FSU Hoops is picking up some more steam on the recruiting trail as they continue to trend toward securing the services of 5-star Matthew Cleveland:

Maybe some good news for ACC basketball as Duke announced they will return the beginning of August:


The ’Noles are well represented in the Florida Collegiate Summer League and our Brett Nevitt has the break down of everything you need to know.


According to PFF, Jameis Winston has the highest rate of positively graded plays since 2006, which is impressive considering he has been in the NFL for a shorter period of time than the others on this list:

The Twitter sleuths are also saying he has the most negatively graded plays, further adding to the Schrödinger’s Winston theory.

A former Bart Starr award winner himself, Derrick Brooks is encouraging his son to follow in his footsteps off the field:

A lot has changed for Terance Mann since the Tilton School days: