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Florida State football, recruiting news: New Seminoles year, new FSU numbers

Plus, FSU makes 3 transfers official.

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2022 defensive end prospect Nyjalik Kelly was offered on Wednesday.

We spoke with 2022 wide receiver Andre Green Jr., who had plenty of kind words about Florida State’s program.


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Some Florida State football players got themselves some new numbers and Mike Norvell also officially announced the transfers of defensive tackle Fabien Lovett and defensive backs Meiko Dotson and Jarrian Jones.

“I’m excited to announce the addition of these three student-athletes,” he said in a statement. “I believe they are great additions in terms of what we will see as football players but even better representatives as young men that will have a positive impact to the Seminole family and all of Florida State University.”

Marvin Wilson is leading the charge of players taking exception to Mike Norvell’s comments to The Athletic, claiming that at the very least, they’re an exaggeration. In response, he says he and his teammates aren’t working out until further notice.


Florida State Seminoles women’s basketball head coach, as well as several players, spoke with Tomahawk Nation about their reactions to the protests spreading the country.

Here’s a couple of mock drafts from NBC and Sports Illustrated that feature Florida State’s draft eligible players going high, as well as a fun scouting report on Devin Vassell.


Our baseball brainiac Brett Nevitt tackled Florida State baseball’s prospects in this year’s MLB draft.

In addition, three Seminole freshmen, third baseman Tyler Martin, pitcher Parker Messick and first baseman Dylan Simmons, were named Freshmen All-Americans by Collegiate Baseball Tuesday.