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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU continues its momentum on the trail as voluntary workouts begin

Yesterday was Nasirildeen appreciation day.

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After a red-hot weekend on the trail by picking up wide receiver Joshua Burrell and linebacker Jordan Eubanks and signing defensive tackle transfer Fabian Lovett, FSU kept its momentum rolling on Monday adding three-star tight end Jackson West. West is a potential hidden gem from Huntsville, AL.

As if that wasn’t already an embarrassment of riches, the ’Noles also flipped Lovett’s former Mississippi State teammate in safety Jarrian Jones, who was expected to head to Ole Miss. Tomahawk’s Tim Scribble and Coach AB also scouted Jones. What does he do well, and what kind of role could he play for the Garnet and Gold? Tomahawk also scouted Eubanks, checking out what kind of versatility and skills the young linebacker will bring.

Class of 2022 athlete Larry Turner-Gooden spoke to Tomahawk’s recruiting guru Josh Pick about the FSU offer he received back in April, as well as his future plans for college.

As always, visit the Recruiting thread for all your recruiting community needs.


Florida State began voluntary workouts yesterday, in accordance with NCAA guidelines. FSU isn’t the only ACC or Florida school to begin on June 1st.

Breaking news: Hamsah Nasirildeen is #good:

Also, peep the new number:

Re-live the ’Noles’ 2007 win over Alabama with the radio broadcast of the game.

Camren McDonald celebrated a birthday over the weekend:

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Uber-recruit Scottie Barnes is now the 4th-ranked prospect in the country:

Rayquan Evans and RaiQuan Gray virtually attended the Basketball Captains Academy.

The PGA Tour is partnering with universities:

Beginning with the inaugural class of 2021, the Top 15 finishers from the newly-created Official PGA TOUR University Ranking List following the conclusion of the spring season will be awarded exempt status to the different tours. The tours include the Korn Ferry Tour (Top 5 finishers), PGA TOUR Latinoamérica, Mackenzie Tour – PGA TOUR Canada and PGA TOUR Series – China.

Players eligible for the PGA TOUR University Ranking List will be NCAA Division I golfers who complete a minimum of four years in college.

In scouting the opponent, Clemson basketball player Aamir Simms is returning to school:


P.J. Williams is having a solid NFL career and just celebrated a birthday.

If you missed it, you can catch Episode 3 of Terance Mann’s show Mann vs Food on Youtube: