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’Noles to plug holes in roster through recruiting.

NCAA Football: Florida State at Florida Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Football

The latest SB Nation mock NFL Draft has Derwin James going at No. 10 to the Oakland Raiders.

DJ3 was seen by some to have “stolen the show” in Indy.

Josh Sweat also impressed this past weekend.

NFL media analyst Daniel Jeremiah’s most recent mock draft has Derwin James going at No. 7 to the Tampa Bay Bucs — joining some familiar faces.

Florida State’s Spring Game is getting closer and closer, and FSU’s here to remind you they’re bringing back the old school.

Recruiting

Make sure to check out our linebacker recruiting board for the class of 2019.

This week’s Nolecast goes over FSU’s recruiting needs, specifically at QB, and the guys take the time to answer numerous audience questions.

Florida State has offered 3-star c/o 2019 dual threat quarterback Lance LeGendre out of New Orleands (La.) Warren Easton. LeGendre is the No. 9 dual threat QB in the class and the No. 15 prospect out of Louisiana. He’s currently committed to Kansas, but has offers from Alabama, LSU, and Tennessee to name a few.

4-Star c/o 2019 offensive tackle Tanner Bowles out of Kentucky visited FSU this past week. Bowles is the No. 5 prospect out of the state, and the No. 31 OT in the class. He also has offers from the likes of LSU, Oklahoma, and Penn State.

Alumni

The Carolina Panthers have re-signed FSU alumni Graham Gano to a 4-year contract. Gano has been with the team for the past six seasons, and it looks like he’ll be there for the foreseeable future.

Former FSU defensive back and current LA Rams star, Lamarcus Joyner, has been given the franchise tag.

Other Sports

The men’s basketball team is in Brooklyn for the ACC tournament. The ’Noles are set to take on the Louisville Cardinals (for the third time this season) today at noon on ESPN.

FSU baseball continued their winning streak; their record remains unblemished after a 12-7 win over Kansas on Tuesday.