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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU in it for five-star offensive tackle

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Plus, some other offers get sent out

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After landing in the top five for four-star offensive tackle recruit Micah Morris, Florida State football is also amongst the final 10 schools vying for five-star OT Amarius Mims, the No. 1 player in the state of Georgia.

Meanwhile, Tomahawk Nation spoke with 2021 four-star linebacker Ian Jackson, who says he has a “great relationship” with the new Florida State staff.

Here’s a quick roundup of yesterday’s offers, which you can fully check out discussion on in our recruiting thread (which, I don’t know if you heard, is free):


Head coach Mike Norvell and his staff are doing the best they can to recruit in an uncertain time:

“We’re already doing as much as we can through electronic correspondence, text messages, having guys call us, having guys ‘FaceTime’ (video chat) our staff to get as much of that face-to-face interaction as possible...the thing these kids want to see is our staff. They want a chance to be around us. They want a chance to see who we are and what we’re all about.”

Here’s some, as the kids say “fire,” photos shared by Florida State:

Running back Jashaun Corbin continues to show off his return to form:

Former Florida State defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan is headed to the Lone Star State, after signing with the Houston Texans.

Did you take the time to go to our Whiteboard Wednesday piece this week to get more smart, or did you go to Jupiter to get more stupider?


Florida State women’s basketball is bringing aboard a baller from Helsinki:


Track and Field:

Florida State snagged multiple ACC Indoor Award honors, including a Coach of the Year nod for head coach Bob Braman. Ka’Tia Seymour and Trey Cunningham were selected as the Track Performers of the Year, and Taylor Banks was honored as the ACC Freshman of the Year for the men.