Put a smile on your face:
Adarius Dent had no scholarship offers out of high school and after walking on at Florida State he’s got a 3.0 GPA. Props to the young man:
Who would’ve thought it would be me excelling in the classroom. Back to back 3.0 semesters. I’m loving this pic.twitter.com/IDSlU8TAjs— AD84 (@SauceShifu) May 2, 2020
If FSU could only play teams in the states that bordered it what would the schedule look like? A lot of fun.
FSU already has one defensive end committed that’s rising up the recruiting rankings but they need at least two to three more. Luckily, they’re in good position for some blue-chip ones.
After the rankings update Luke Altmyer ranks 266th nationally in the Composite rankings.
FSU offered four-star running back Byron Caldwell a month ago; how does he feel about the Seminoles a month later?
FSU has offered 2022 WR Larry Simmons out of Mississippi; he went to the same high school as defensive back coach Marcus Woodson.
Another 2022 blue-chip Memphis athlete has been offered by Florida State. Recruiting is built on relationships so expect this trend to continue for a while.
Congratulations to our spring graduates on the Softball team:
ⒸⓄⓃⒼⓇⒶⓉⓊⓁⒶⓉⒾⓄⓃⓈ to our AMAZING Spring 2020 Graduates: Dani Morgan, Cassidy Davis, Elizabeth Mason and Anna Shelnutt— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) May 2, 2020
Your Florida State Family is SO PROUD of all of your accomplishments on and off the field #OneTribe | #GoNoles pic.twitter.com/3luJd5gx6h
Tiana England will be a grad transfer for Coach Semrau next winter; she’s eager to get started.
2021 Five-Star Moussa Cisse has FSU in his final six.
Welcome back home Chris Thompson:
Florida boy coming back home! Let’s go!! https://t.co/dzTYneLkJC— Chris Thompson (@ChrisThompson_4) May 1, 2020
It’s his 8th-year in the NFL not bad for a former 5th-round pick that tore his ACL and broke his back in college.
Jameis Winston will be relocating to New Orleans but he maintains that he wants to continue to be a part of the Tampa community:
Jameis Winston is donating $30,000 to help eight struggling small restaurants in the Tampa community that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19, and will provide meals for over 1,000 families in need each week for four weeks.— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) May 2, 2020