2022 four-star defensive tackle Brandon Cleveland spoke with our Josh Pick, detailing his relationship with defensive line coach Odell Haggins.
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We know that the offensive line is one of Florida State’s issues — but beyond recruiting, why is it such an area of concern? Our scheme team dives in to answer those questions in part one of their offensive line breakdown.
Marvin Wilson’s desire to use his platform to better the world continues, as the defensive tackle announced the launch of an advocacy program to help improve the lives of impoverished children:
communities across the state and nation. The mission of the movement is to help kids understand the importance of sound money management and budgeting, as well as help them access affordable health care options.— HEAD HUNCHO (@marvinwilson21) June 25, 2020
You can check out the website for Marvin’s Movement here.
Speaking of Wilson, David Hale did some digging on ACC stats and with no surprise, the senior’s name popped up alongside other Seminoes:
Fewest yds allowed/tackle on 1st down, returning P5 (min 20 tackle att):— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) June 24, 2020
Perkins (Okla), -1.1
Wilson (FSU), 0.4
Davis (Clem), 1.0
Rousseau (Mia), 1.1
Lole (AzSt), 1.2
Fox (UNC), 1.2
McCartan (OrSt), 1.2
Watts (Pur), 1.2
After some discussion w/@EricMacLain, I did a dry run All-ACC 1st & 2nd team… No surprise, Clemson led w/8 players. But they were tied with... UNC. And right behind them... Boston Coll with 7! VT with 6, Pitt w/5. WF, Miami & FSU w/4. Lou w/3, Duke & UVA w/2. Cuse/GT/NCSU w/1. pic.twitter.com/N4SxPbu97O— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) June 24, 2020
yards allowed/target:— ️♈️ (@ADavidHaleJoint) June 24, 2020
James Wilder Jr., who will forever have ownership over the souls of several Clemson defenders, has announced his retirement from football and will be coaching at Plant High School in Tampa Bay:
Highest pass-blocking grades among centers since 2015:— PFF (@PFF) June 24, 2020
2015 - Rodney Hudson 89.9
2016 - Rodney Hudson 89.3
2017 - Rodney Hudson 91.1
2018 - Rodney Hudson 90.8
2019 - Rodney Hudson 91.2
Rodney Hudson is the gold standard at center in the NFL pic.twitter.com/kiD9Gd4BHX
Top projected rushing yards among NFL rookie RBs— PFF College (@PFF_College) June 25, 2020
1. Jonathan Taylor, Colts - 858.4
2. Cam Akers, Rams - 829.0
3. D'Andre Swift, Lions - 727.6 pic.twitter.com/Qe785xILqw
Kick back, relax, and hang out for story time with Florida State legend Sam Cassell, who spoke with Seminoles.com on his time at Florida State, as well as his impressions of fellow Seminoles and Clippers Terance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele.