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Florida State football, recruiting news: Climbing to the Apex

FSU moves into the future.

NCAA Football: Florida State Spring Game Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports


We’re still bringing you the best in Spring game coverage —

Seminole Wrap podcast: The Athletic’s Andy Staples, fresh off being one of FSU’s guest coaches/playcallers for the Spring game, joins the pod. Andy was kind enough to talk the process behind getting selected, what it felt like to successfully nail a wheel route, his impressions of the program, The Neverending Story and more.

Scenes from the sideline: ESPN writer Andrea Adelson, another of the guest coaches for the game, wrote a piece on her experience at FSU’s Spring game that is well worth the read.

But the big deal that came out yesterday is Florida State getting out in front of the Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) law that will go into effect in Florida July 1st. FSU announced they are partnering with the Apex program, which will help Seminole athletes capitalize on their NIL, as well as offering courses. Again, this is a big deal and you can read all the details about it here.

Also, this video about it is exceptionally well done:

So all of that begs the question:


FSU picked up the commitment of Georgia athlete Rodney Hill over the weekend, who had obviously been listening to Jalen Ramsey. Coach AB has more great insight as he scouts Hill’s versatile talent.

Hill is sure to be followed by more commitments, so stay up to date with the Official Tribe 22 Recruiting Thread #3.

Other Sports:

Blue-chip Basketball signee Matthew Cleveland won an award:

From over the weekend, pretty awesome:

We’re also sneaking in here the Off-Topic thread, in case anyone forgot it was there, as well as a busy Basketball Off-Season thread. Speaking of off-topic, can anyone help them out?


PFF loves them some Asante Samuel, Jr., and so do we: