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Florida State football, recruiting news: Seminoles looking for more momentum on the trail

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Plus, more preseason honors for a duo of Seminole stars

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Florida State will be hoping to make the cut for five-star offensive lineman Tristian Leigh’s top five schools. The Seminoles were part of his final 15:

2021 offensive line commit Bryson Estes is putting in work in the weight room:

2021 small forward Joshua Minott, a Rival Top 100 player offered by FSU in April, included the Seminoles in his final five along with Memphis, Texas, Baylor and Marylad:

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Defensive tackle Marvin Wilson and wide receiver Tamarrion Terry were both named to Phil Steel’s preseason All-American team, with Wilson getting a first-team nod and Terry getting a third. Wilson’s also on the watchlist for Bednarik Award, Nagurski Trophy and the Outland Trophy, while Terry is up for Biletnikoff Watch List.

Speaking of Terry:

The Tomahawk Nation staff was bored, so we re-did the 2020 NFL Draft only using all-time greats from Florida State. Don’t poke holes in how logically it doesn’t make sense that we’re drafting for team needs while including players who technically are already on those teams — just enjoy something that is tangibly football-related.

Running back Devonta Freeman is still looking for a team:


Florida State women’s basketball head coach Sue Semrau and assistant coach Brooke Wyckoff will be partnering with Coaches 4 Change, a group that wants to “provide a platform that engages, educates, empowers, and evolves the collegiate student-athlete on issues of social injustice, systemic racism, and the power of voting in the endless pursuit of equality.”


Brett Nevitt continues his unmatched Florida State baseball coverage with week three of his summer league notebook, complete with video analysis.

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Florida State golfer John Pak is No. 1 in the first edition of the PGA Tour University rankings: