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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU commit gets lofty ranking

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: NOV 17 Boston College at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Recruiting:

2022 defensive back Travis Hunter, who committed to Florida State earlier this month, went from an unranked prospect to a four-star that’s considered the No. 10 recruit in the country by 247. They also have him as the top corner nationally. TN’s scouting report on him from two weeks ago predicted he’d be ranked as a 4* because of his “anticipation, body control, play recognition, and ability to play the ball like a natural receiver.”

Philip Riley, a fellow 2021 defensive back, tweeted yesterday he can’t wait to visit campus again whenever he’s able to, just a week after telling us that Florida State is his No. 1 school.

Football:

Have you gotten the chance to get a little bit more smarter this week, and check out our piece on explaining basic defensive coverages?

Basketball:

Florida State men’s head coach Leonard Hamilton was named as a finalist for Naismith Coach of the Year, another accolade in a year cut too short.

Want to see FSU make it to the Final Four in this fake bracket, or at least get mad about it?

Florida State basketball is getting a No. 9 nod in a Way-Too-Early 2020-21 prediction poll.

No. 3 JUCO prospect and Florida State commit Sardaar Calhoun spoke with Tomahawk’s Josh Pick yesterday, speaking on his back-story, recruitment and goals once in Tallahassee.

Baseball:

Florida State head coach Mike Martin Jr. spoke to the media yesterday, detailing Florida State baseball’s lost, but meaningful, season.

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