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Florida State football, recruiting news: Analyzing FSU recruits on the diamond and the gridiron

Plus, a look at where FSU’s running game ranks in the ACC.

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David Hale took a look at the ACC running game and long story short, Clemson was the best and FSU while explosive (thanks to one Cam Akers) the run game as a whole was very middle-of-the-pack:

It’s been harped on constantly, but this obviously had a lot to do with the offensive line play. FSU has to replace Akers next year and the new coaching staff has a few different options:

With that said, Hale still predicts FSU to rank around the middle of the ACC in the run game next year:

Mississippi State transfer Jarrion Jones, who just spurned Ole Miss to sign with the ’Noles is already getting the hang of being a Seminole:


Coach AB dives into the game of FSU commit Jackson West, a tight end out of Alabama.

4-star Tampa Bay area receiver Greg Gaines still has the ’Noles high on his list after being re-offered by Mike Norvell and co. back in January.

The FSU staff saw something in 2022 DE Nyjalik Kelly as the ’Noles offered the currently un-rated prospect yesterday evening.

Blue-chip 2022 QB Nicco Marchiol showed some love to FSU on Twitter:

And our Josh Pick recently interviewed the Arizona signal-caller on his FSU offer.

Current FSU QB commit Luke Altmyer was offered by Alabama:

Catch up on everything crootin’ related in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.


Our baseball writer Brett Nevitt was in attendance for the PBR Florida ProCase and goes in depth analyzing a host of FSU commitments in attendance.

A few ’Noles received Freshman All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball Newspaper:

Seminoles lefty Shane Drohan is looking fresh on the mound:

While the weekend starter’s draft stock has risen, a return to Tallahasse isn’t completely out of the picture:

Rehab is going well for FSU RHP Hunter Perdue:

The future on the mound is also looking bright for Mike Martin Jr.’s squad as the top two on this list are ’Noles commits:


We’re down to the elite eight, so make sure to cast your votes for the best player in the history of FSU hoops.


Timmy Jernigan won’t be headed to Houston next season after all, but the former ’Nole assured fans his journey wasn’t over: