Where does FSU stand for four-star defensive end Quintin Somerville? Pretty well considering that he hasn’t visited FSU yet.
Four-star linebacker Jordan Poole is a fast-rising prospect and FSU has jumped into the fray.
QB1 is ready to show his stuff:
If Jauan Williams was still on the team this would most likely see him removed from the program.
Ever heard the term pattern matching when discussing secondary coverages and had to fake like you knew what they were talking about? Well, fake it no more.
FSU might’ve found themselves a diamond in the rough with TE signee Markeston Douglas; his main goal for year one is to excel in the classroom.
Coach Norvell is making a conscientious effort to have former players deliver powerful messages to the current Seminoles:
I was honored to be a part of a former Florida State Football player Zoom call today with new FSU Head Coach @Coach_Norvell … We got a Real One Nole Nation! #Nolevell @FSUFootball @FSUAlumni pic.twitter.com/TgKkk3X7MA— Chris Rix (@CoachRix) May 22, 2020
What an unbelievably inspiring and powerful message delivered tonight to the Linebacker room from a few Seminole greats @Coach_Marve ! Thank you @DBrooks55 @ErnieSims34 @VinnyVidiVici98 #KeepCLIMBing #NoleFamily— Joe Bowen (@CoachBowen_FSU) May 22, 2020
After an awful 50m free race, Coach Studd trusted Max McCusker to bring home the title in the 200m relay and his trust was rewarded.
Florida State is home for Anthony Polite; it was his father’s and now it’s his legacy of being a Seminole.
Pro Noles are starting to get a reputation in the NBA: