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Florida State football, recruiting news: Seminoles getting defensive line depth

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Plus, an interview with FSU’s director of strength and conditioning

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 21 Louisville at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Recruiting:

Florida State Seminoles football got some good news on Wednesday, with Baylor defensive end Deonte Williams announcing his intention to head to Tallahassee. That should help out with bolstering a defensive line that’s going to be asked to do a few different things this season.

Mike Norvell and staff kept busy on Wednesday, sending out scholarship offers to several recruits, including an offensive lineman.

Have you jumped in our recruiting thread lately?

Football:

We spoke with Florida State football director of strength and conditioning Josh Storms, who talked about his goals for culture building with the Seminoles.

Want a video breakdown of what defensive coordinator Adam Fuller’s defense is going to look like? Well, we’ve got your back then!

Basketball:

Florida State men’s basketball had an amazing season — and some experts are thinking things could pick up where they left off next year:

Other Sports:

Florida State’s Rocket League team took down Syracus in a clean sweep:

10 swimmers rom the No. 14 Florida Stat men’s team, as well as five from the women’s, were awarded All-American honors by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America.

Florida State’s Great Give campaign raised more than $430K for student emergency relief.