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Florida State football, recruiting news: Taking stock of FSU’s QB room

Plus, who is the best college DB of the past decade?

FSU quarterback James Blackman FSU Sports Information - WL Pearce


The ’Noles are in early on Georgia cornerback Kaleb Cost, offering the 2023 prospect yesterday evening.

Stay up to date on all things recruiting in Tomahawk Nation’s recruiting thread.


FSU’s quarterback room is in much better shape than it has been in recent years. Our Perry Kostidakis has the breakdown of each 2020 signal caller.

As we continue our 2020 Florida State football previews you can check back to our hub for all roster, schedule, and recruiting breakdowns.

FSU LB Emmett Rice is a believer in the ways of head strength coach Josh Storms:

And it looks like Storms is getting in the right tools to get the job done:

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A very happy birthday to FSU Hoops’ RaiQuan Gray:

FSU Hoops Signee Sardaar Calhoun agrees with the sentiment that he is a potential future lottery pick:

The ’Noles will be in good shape if they can hold on to 2021 commit Bryce McGowens: had the chance to talk to Bill Murray, who was in attendance for FSU Basketball’s highlight home victory over Louisville this past season.

Stop by and check out our new one stop shop to discuss all things FSU hoops in the basketball discussion thread.

A handful of FSU baseball commits made sizable jumps in Perfect Game USA’s recruit rankings:


G-League DPOY Christ Koumadje said get that weak stuff outta here:

Former FSU wide receiver and national champion Kenny Shaw was putting in work with current FSU QB James Blackman:

Former FSU QB EJ Manuel ranked his top QBs, WRs, and RBs in the ACC, with a couple of ’Noles making the cut:

Who was the best college DB of the past decade? Ramsey? Honey Badger? Someone else not pictured here?

Congratulations are in order as FSU Women’s Basketball Alum Nausia Woolfolk will begin her professional playing career next fall in Portugal:

FSU’s pipeline to the pros remains strong, particularly at the quarterback position, but how do the ’Noles stack up to other programs around the country?