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Florida State football, recruiting news: Local prospects could be the future of FSU’s secondary

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How many draftees will FSU see after 2020?

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: AUG 31 Boise State v Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


This is the year the NFL Draft becomes reacquainted with the Florida State Seminoles again; the Senior Bowl too:

For Tamorrion Terry coming back to FSU for another season was an easy decision; a more well-rounded player gets drafted higher.


FSU is in early on a future five-star from Alabama.

When a 2022 recruit brings up Peter Boulware and Reinard Wilson when you ask him about FSU players you have to do whatever it takes to sign him.

Dont’e Thornton, Jr. is the top player in the state of Maryland for 2021 and he has FSU in his final six.

FSU is likely replacing two safeties after this season and the future of the position could be right in its own backyard.

Georgia defensive end Stantavious Smith has been offered by Florida State.

2022 four-star defensive end Mykel Williams caught up with TN to discuss his early recruitment to FSU.

FSU hasn’t been able to keep many IMG prospects from going back to their home state; they’re looking to change that with 2022 WR Samuel M’Bake.

Other Sports:

No one since 2016 has been better at beating their non-conference opponents than FSU Basketball:

These athletes got it done on the diamond, in the pool, and in the classroom:


Giving back to the community is just something that professional Seminoles always find a way to do; this time it’s Jonathan Isaac:

When Devonta Freeman was extended by the Falcons he signed for five years, 41 million with 22 guaranteed; what would an extension for Dalvin Cook look like?

Darnell Dockett’s high school film is hilarious in the terrorizing high school athletes kind of sense: