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It’s not all good news though: three-star offensive line commit Kimo Makaneole decommitted from the Seminoles.
Meanwhile, Kansas wide receiver Andrew Parchment hasn’t made up his mind on where he’s transferring to, at least not as of yesterday:
I’m open... still— 4 (@apcuatro) December 28, 2020
FSU made the top 5 for 2022 linebacker Devin Smith, while offering Class of 2023 Mississippi wide receiver Ayden Williams:
The Seminoles Boosters could use your help, but they took the time to thank major donors. New CEO Michael Alford seems to be doing a good job:
As we reflect back on 2020, we'd like to honor those who gave Leadership Level gifts in support of the @Seminoles with this video presentation (as aired during our last home game). Thank you, and Go Noles! #OneTribe pic.twitter.com/gnnFImUi6W— Seminole Boosters (@SeminoleBooster) December 28, 2020
Keeping an eye on the enemy, as several Florida Gators have announced their intentions to join the NFL:
Kadarius Toney, on heels of a terrific senior season, joins Kyle Pitts and Trevon Grimes in opting out of Cotton Bowl. https://t.co/6F3X2jqB7D— G. Allan Taylor (@GAllanTaylor) December 28, 2020
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day subtly or not-so-subtly accused Clemson of stealing signs, but whose fault is that really?
Ohio State's Ryan Day hints at Clemson's defensive sign stealing rep when he speaks about Brent Venables' knack for knowing what play call is coming. "Why that is, I don't really know," Day said about why they know what's coming.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) December 28, 2020
The No. 18 Men’s basketball team travels to Clemson to take on the Tigers tonight at 7:00pm. Currently, the Women’s team is scheduled to travel to Blacksburg and take on the Hokies this Thursday.
Wheels Up to Clemson pic.twitter.com/8dJ6MvhrGe— Florida State Men’s Basketball (@FSUHoops) December 28, 2020
There’s a chance Cam Akers could play this weekend: