FSU QB commit Luke Altmyer’s stock continues to rise as the 2021 signal-caller accepted an invite to the Under Armour All-American game.
Our Josh Pick caught up with a 4-star 2022 defensive end out of the Lone Star state to discuss that recruiting process and his first impressions of FSU.
Staying in Texas, Florida State also extended an offer to 4-star 2022 RB Jaydon Blue.
The FSU staff re-offered 2022 4-star DE Aaron Wilson on Tuesday. Wilson’s high school teammates Derrick Moore and Jaishawn Barham. also hold offers from the ’Noles.
Of course you can stay up to date with all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.
Marvin Wilson grades out as one of the best pass rushers in the ACC even from the defensive tackle position:
Three ACC defenders earned a 90.0+ pass-rush grade last season:— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 16, 2020
Chris Rumph II, Duke - 92.9
Marvin Wilson, FSU - 90.9
Carlos Basham Jr, Wake - 90.6 pic.twitter.com/zTo5ImCJyx
Our Saiem Gilani is back to work your brain out with part 3 of his series on college football expected points models.
In case you missed it, Michael Rogner and Matt Minnick are back with another basketball pod. In the latest episode they interviewed former FSU PG David Nichols on his time at Florida State and got some insight on upcoming NBA draft picks Devin Vassell and Patrick Williams, among other things.
Leonard Hamilton touches on how college sports have help positively shape diversity and integration in America in an interview with Andy Katz:
@FSUHoops @FSUCoachHam: College sports 'opened America's eyes' to the positives of diversity and integration | https://t.co/5W4P0z50BV https://t.co/91cvlSqEPq— Andy Katz (@TheAndyKatz) June 16, 2020
Always nice to relive a rout of the Tarheels:
@FSUHoops Deividas Dulkys scored a career high 32 points as Florida State upsets No. 3 UNC 90-57! pic.twitter.com/QsJhiCQv1g— FSU Seminoles (@Seminoles) June 16, 2020
The Marching Chiefs are looking for their newest members and will be holding a Q & A on June 24th:
June 16, 2020
Three ’Noles made the ballot for the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame class. Add me to the list of people who didn’t know Shade Tree wasn’t already in.
Terrence Brooks of the New England Patriots is in the lab with the DB Doctor getting ready for next season:
Way to end off, Day 3 of NFL OFFSEASON training with my boy @_showtime29 , with some C.O.D Ball Drills#DBDOCTOR#DOAKBOYZ#NFLOFFSEASON#DBTRAINING#NEWENGLANDPATRIOTS pic.twitter.com/jDHOVrXALO— Mikhal Kornegay (@CoachKornDawg) June 16, 2020