The Triple Option: In recent weeks they have had a whole host of different guests on the show but this week is different: Kevin gets a moment to talk scheme and expand on the video he released about coverage last week, Coach AB gets to talk about all of the hog-mollies along the offensive and defensive line that have been recruiting targets as of late, and Trey gets his own never before seen segment to round it out.
But there was huge news that shook the landscape of college football yesterday, and that’s the ruling from the Supreme Court of the United States. SCOTUS ruled against the NCAA in a technically narrow opinion over educational benefits, but a concurring opinion may have put the writing on the wall for the end of amateurism.
What's abundantly clear at this point is that the NCAA's vision of amateurism does not have a) majority public support b) serious legislative support or c) judicial support. It is utterly unsustainable for the long term.— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) June 21, 2021
Florida State secured the commitment of 2023 wide receiver Vandrevius Jacobs.
What an incredible effort by Mike Norvell and his staff:
Mike Norvell estimates about 7,500 high-school recruits and children have worked out at #FSU high school or youth camps this year.— Curt Weiler (@CurtMWeiler) June 21, 2021
FSU’s excellent Women’s Tennis team is getting a couple big time transfers:
After 5 seasons at Kentucky, Lesedi Jacobs (UTR 10.34) is transferring and has verbally committed to @FSU_WTennis & will join the Noles in fall of 2021 as a graduate transfer. Played at #3 spots + records of 62-38 in singles/80-31 in doubs. ITA high ranks of #59 singles/#21 dubs. pic.twitter.com/b5C3LevxB6— Parsa Bombs (@ParsaBombs) June 22, 2021
After three semesters with @TJCTennis (JUCO), Violet Apisah will transfer, as she has verbally committed to @FSU_WTennis for the spring of 2022. The 21-year-old has an ITF juniors career-high ranking of #24 and amassed a 15-1 record in both singles and doubles this past spring. pic.twitter.com/seFBNMIyPH— Parsa Bombs (@ParsaBombs) June 22, 2021
A little opponent scouting:
No surprise with Trey Murphy leaving Virginia and staying in the NBA draft. Some NBA execs have him as a late first-rounder on their boards.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) June 21, 2021
North Carolina big man Armando Bacot will return to Chapel Hill and withdraw from the NBA Draft process, he told @Stadium.— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanHoops) June 21, 2021
According to at least one chart, drafted FSU football players outplay their draft ranking while UF and Miami do not:
Very cool post on what colleges have NFL Draft picks that tend to over or underperform compared to where they were selected. Wisconsin and Mississippi State lead the way. https://t.co/8LMwNJueB6 pic.twitter.com/UTnKLPl59b— RedditCFB (@RedditCFB) June 21, 2021
Derwin James is holding a local event this weekend:
This Saturday make sure you there to get your bag 1st come 1st serve it’s a lot of drip in there don’t won’t to miss‼️ pic.twitter.com/XD8NdnYvr7— Derwin James Jr (@DerwinJames) June 21, 2021
A couple of ’Noles celebrated birthdays over the weekend:
An interview with Jonathan Isaac:
All new episode to get you through to the Draft Lottery! It was incredible to sit down with @JJudahIsaac for a second time. We talk about his rehab, the Magic’s young roster, Cliff’s departure, his faith & more!— The Sixth Man Show (@SixthManShow) June 21, 2021
Spotify: https://t.co/hM0potaOSW pic.twitter.com/M6yzkEdvCk
Rest in Peace Brianna Barry:
The Florida State Volleyball community mourns the loss of former middle blocker Brianna Barry.— FSU Volleyball (@FSU_Volleyball) June 21, 2021
Bri will always be a beloved member of the Florida State family whose excellence on the court and in the classroom were only out-matched by the love she had for others pic.twitter.com/niuOabUAA3