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Florida State football, recruiting news: Position change for defensive back

Plus, Josh Griffis tells us the story of his mullet.


2021 Florida State Seminoles offensive line commit Kimo Makaneole is going to be great to have in Tallahassee:

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As part of yesterday’s media availability, we spoke with head coach Mike Norvell, along with defensive end Josh Griffis, tight end Wyatt Rector and running back Deonte Sheffield, the final two having been awarded full scholarships by Norvell on Monday. Griffis spoke on adjusting to college (and getting his mullet), while Sheffield and Rector both spoke on the experience of achieving a dream that they’ve been working towards for years.

Norvell also broke the news that defensive back Isaiah Bolden is switching over to receiver (“That’s something that I’m really excited about. Had a really big play today. I think he has a chance to help impact this team”)— while also confirming that receiver DJ Matthews has yet to return to practice.


More accolades for some Florida State baseball players from their summer league performances (if you want to read some coverage, Brett Nevitt was there on-scene throughout the summer):

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Florida State’s film school was named No. 20 in the nation by the Hollywood Reporter.