The Seminoles got some good news in the form of a big offensive line commit Bryson Estes. The 2021 center projects to be either a guard or tackle. Stay tuned for a scouting report on Estes in the coming days.
Estes sat down with Rival’s Chad Simmons to talk about his pledge to the ’Noles:
New Florida State OL commit Bryson Estes @Brysonestes77 sat down with @ChadSimmons_ to go in-depth on his decision to pick Florida State.— Rivals (@Rivals) June 9, 2020
Watch their conversation here pic.twitter.com/quyIU7Cb7z
FSU is the current front runner for the services of 4-star WR Destyn Pazon in large part because of his ties with coach David Johnson according to Rivals.
FSU extended an offer to 4-star RB Emmanuel Henderson, one of the best players in the 2022 class.
Our Josh Pick caught up with one of FSU’s newest additions, DJ Lundy, to get to know the incoming freshman linebacker a little bit better.
ICYMI: our scouts broke down the game of FSU’s most recent commit, corner Omarion Cooper.
Mike Norvell is touching base with high school coaches as prep football begins to restart across the state:
Had a real good conversation with @Coach_Norvell about restarting football and getting ready for this season. I appreciate @FSUFootball for building bridges in the south Florida community! Best of luck to them this year!— Ariel Cribeiro (@ACribeiro3) June 9, 2020
Stay up to date with all the latest recruiting news in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.
After returning to campus for voluntary workouts, at least one FSU football player has tested positive for coronavirus.
Marvin Wilson is the most highly touted player on the FSU defense, and for good reason, as Wilson projects to be a first round pick next year. However, Wilson isn’t the only one wreaking havoc in the backfield as Corey Durden gets after the QB with the best of the ACC:
Most QB pressures among all returning ACC defenders in 2019:— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 9, 2020
1. Chris Rumph II, Duke - 48
2. Victor Dimukeje, Duke - 46
3. Cory Durden, Florida State - 45
4. Gregory Rousseau, Miami - 45 pic.twitter.com/StmFw5qL7K
ACC teams no longer have to worry about defending the triple option, but they will have to play on turf:
Georgia Tech installing an artificial playing surface at Bobby Dodd Stadium, replacing Tech’s grass field— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) June 9, 2020
Our Brett Nevitt took a look at some current FSU baseball commits and their projectability to the big leagues.
Remember Tiger King? Doesn’t that seem like forever ago? Well here’s a reminder that there is another Tiger King out there that goes by the name of Reese Albert:
Reese Albert, the Tiger King pic.twitter.com/JRatRd2kCR— FSU Baseball (@FSUBaseball) June 9, 2020
Prime Time is preaching facts applicable to both the field and the world we live in today:
Leaders don’t lead from the back! Leaders work more than they talk! Leaders ain’t afraid to hold others accountable!— Deion Sanders (@DeionSanders) June 9, 2020
Leaders don’t miss practices!
Leaders ain’t late for nothing!
Leaders are always Positive!
Leaders don’t worry about what folks say!
Leaders Lead! #Truth
He may not have been the first back off the board in the draft, but Cam Akers was the most elusive running back in this year’s draft class according to Pro Football Focus:
Rookies:— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 9, 2020
1. Cam Akers, Rams
2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Chiefs
3. Jonathan Taylor, Colts@PFF_Linsey:https://t.co/zPhqLeYOMS