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Florida State football, recruiting news: ’Noles make top-5 for blue-chip OT

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Plus, an overview on how Adam Fuller stifles the run.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 22 Northern Illinois at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Football:

In this week’s Tutorial Tuesday, CoachAB focuses on how to stop the run, and more specifically how FSU DC Adam Fuller stops the run.

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The ACC already has plenty of teams, so how can they improve their football product without adding schools? Evenflow has the answers.

Some inspirational words from FSU LB coach Chris Marve:

FSU DB Jarvis Brownlee Jr. gets some love from his position coach for being this week’s academic all-star:

Brendan Gant and Tamorrion Terry are putting in work any way they can at home in Polk County.

FSU DE Josh Griffis now owns the world record for most 315lb paused bench press reps to Boot Scootin’ Boogie:

Griffis got in some heavy squats to complete the full body workout:

Assistant S&C coach Darrion Jones got in his 1 percent:

FSU commit Joshua Farmer makes dunking look easy, casually throwing one down in slides:

Recruiting:

Offensive line recruiting is a priority for the FSU staff and landing a top-100 player in 4-star OT Micah Morris, who just announced Florida State in his top-5, would go a long way in addressing the offensive line issues. Plus, his Twitter bio is simply, “Your WORST nightmare.” Give me that kid every time.

The FSU staff made a great impression on 4-star receiver James BlackStrain. Our Josh Pick caught up with the Holy Trinity blue-chip who says the Seminoles sit atop his list of schools.

Get your recruiting fix in Tomahawk Nation’s official recruiting thread (there’s some good OL talk).

One of the most coveted corner prospects in the country, Jaheim Singletary, earned his 5th star from Rivals. We caught up with the FSU target just a couple weeks ago:

Other Sports:

Jon Rothstein thinks it is time to retire the narrative that FSU Hoops isn’t a perennial threat to top the ACC standings.

FSU’s Rocket League team pulled out a 3-1 win over Louisville, indicating the Noles have the ACC on alert for all sports:

ICYMI: the NCAA granted Spring student-athletes an extra year of eligibility, giving seniors one last ride in the garnet and gold.

Two Seminoles appear on Perfect Games USA’s top-200 2021 college baseball prospects list:

Plus a handful of current FSU commits receive first, second, and third-team all-american honors:

FSU’s 2022 class also cleaned up the pre-season all-american honors:

As did 2023. From the looks of it, FSU has done well on the recruiting trail to set themselves up for the future:

An uplifting story of FSU Baseball freshman Dylan Simmons battle with lymphoma and going on to have a great start to his collegiate career less than a year later:

While we can’t look forward to Omaha this year, you can still use these FSU Baseball backdrops for your video conferences:

FSU Basketball commit Bryce McGowens was named first team all-state in South Carolina:

Enjoy the highlights of FSU JUCO commit Sardaar Calhoun:

ACC foe Virginia Tech could potentially add veteran Kansas State guard Cartier Diarra via the transfer portal, although Diarra is testing the NBA Draft waters first:

Alumni:

FSU’s Pro Day being cancelled didn’t stop Levonta Taylor from putting the tape out for NFL Scouts. The former ’Nole DB was hand-timed by multiple stopwatches at around a 4.34 40-yard dash:

Brooks Koepka and his foundation continue to raise money for COVID-19 efforts:

#CharlieWard is doing social distancing right:

Bonus:

This is fringe Noles News because FSU OL Brady Scott chimed in, but it got some good discussion in our Slack and it’s fun. So, embrace debate—I’m going Brown Sugar Cinnamon and Cookies and Cream: