2022 defensive back Kamari Lassister out of Alabama included Florida State football in his top six.
The 2020 Elite 11— Elite11 (@Elite11) July 2, 2020
Determined by #Elite11 coaching staff - 50% junior season film & performance, 50% camp evaluation & traits.
Listed alphabetically. pic.twitter.com/DRVS5UWLBs
.@Elite11 2020 has concluded and Caleb Williams was named MVP. here are *my* elite 11— Zach* Berry (@Zach_Berry) July 1, 2020
1. Brock Vandagriff
2. Ty Thompson
3. Kyle McCord
4. Caleb Williams
5. JJ McCarthy
6. Maddox Kopp
7. Miller Moss
8. Kyron Drones
9. Carlos Del Rio
10. Behren Morton
11. Luke Altmyer
As always, head to our Florida State Seminoles football recruiting thread to catch up on the latest happenings on the recruiting trail and to pick the brains of our recruiting staff.
Florida State continued updating its 2020 roster Wednesday, adding current weights for both recent arrivals from the 2020 signing class as well as those who have been on campus since spring. Some notable changes include freshman offensive lineman Thomas Shrader (up 12 pounds), freshman offensive lineman Robert Scott Jr. (up 15 pounds since signing day), freshman defensive end TJ Davis (up 20 pounds since signing day), sophomore defensive back Akeem Dent (up 11 pounds to 191) and senior defensive tackle Marvin Wilson (down five pounds).
We started off our 2020 Florida State football schedule preview off with, naturally, the season opener — a matchup against the Mountaineers of West Virginia. Throw on some John Denver and check it out if you haven’t.
Got questions about scheme, Florida State related or not? Our big brains on the scheme team have been taking the time to answer them all, even if they’re stupid (please, please annoy them with stupid questions.
Year 4 of residency begins. Now into Senior residency! Also, it’s our built-in research time. We get two years. I’ll be doing GLOBAL NEUROSURGERY research w/ an emphasis on pediatric neurosurgery at Harvard Medical… https://t.co/QttZ3RkPNX— Myron Rolle, MD (@MyronRolle) July 1, 2020
Mentoring both on the court and in life. #NewBlood pic.twitter.com/7cC7gnUyN9— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) July 1, 2020
ESPN put together an all-time college baseball team, and naturally, a few Seminoles grace the list.
Two former Seminoles, Jessie Warren and Jessica Burroughs, will participate in the Athletes Unlimited’s inaugural softball league, set to be broadcast on ESPN and CBS Sports.