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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU preparing for all fall scenarios

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FSU continues to make gains in the weight room and in recruiting.

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Football:

Florida State is making preparations for the fall semester and will present their plans next Thursday. These plans are likely to include multiple scenarios, as ACC commissioner John Swofford released last week:

Last week, ACC commissioner John Swofford said the league was currently looking at four scenarios: Football is played as currently scheduled, there’s a shortened football season, there’s no football but basketball is played as scheduled or no sports at all for the 2020-21 academic year.

To that end...

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Amari Gainer has tacked on some mass:

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Recruiting:

Stay on top of all things recruiting with our official Tribe21 recruiting thread, as well as our new Recruit Tracker.

Talented cornerback Kevin Knowles committed to Florida State yesterday.

In our Meet the Seminoles’ Signees, Tomahawk’s Josh Pick interviews three-star athlete Darion Williamson.

New FSU commit Kevin Knowles is from the same high school as Bryant McFadden:

Four-star cornerback Tribe ’22 commit Travis Hunter celebrated a birthday Monday:

Other Sports:

We’ve officially reached the Sweet Sixteen stage of our best Men’s Basketball player in school history bracket. There are some great matchups, like Terance Mann vs Dave Cowens, Bobby Sura vs Trent Forrest, Charlie Ward vs Toney Douglas, and more.

Speaking of Men’s Basketball, get ready for the Scottie Barnes show:

Re-living some moments on the diamond:

Miami basketball picked up a big time transfer:

Alumni:

Myron — sorry, Dr. Myron Rolle, continues to inspire:

If Winston can ever figure out how to avoid throwing interceptions, he would still have a bright career ahead of him.

Deion Sanders reflects on his decision to go to FSU: