It’s no secret that Joshua Kaindoh had an incredible fall camp and everyone from staff to teammates are talking about it:
Few outside this circle will ever realize how hard earned this moment was. #KeepClimbing #WORK https://t.co/O8I7N9sSyh— Coach Storms (@coachstorms) August 30, 2020
To the point where Marvin Wilson and Cory Durden made it very clear who should be this year’s captain:
Kaindoh got my vote for captain https://t.co/qIB5cflKSx— HEAD HUNCHO (@marvinwilson21) August 30, 2020
Facts https://t.co/c5jlJJx8EZ— 16. ⁶ (@king_durden35) August 30, 2020
When the season starts the ACC has mandated that its athletes be tested three times per week for Covid.
The final week of camp is usually moving week when it comes to the depth chart.
With the Big Ten & Pac-12 opting out that’s 23 pre-season All-Americans & counting that won’t be playing this fall.
With reports that Jamarr Chase is opting out this fall the race for the Biletnikoff Award just got wide open; cc: Tamorrion Terry.
it’s never too early to start; FSU has offered two 2024 quarterback recruits.
FSU is heavily involved with 2022 four-star defensive Dante Anderson.
Four-star DB commitment Hunter Washington is exercising his first amendment rights.
FSU has offered 2022 high four-star linebacker Jaylen Sneed.
Matthew Cleveland’s senior circuit is off to a strong start:
Standouts for @AtlantaCeltics vs. Game Elite (79-61 Championship W):— Trent Markwith (@TMarkwith14) August 30, 2020
Matthew Cleveland-32P 8R 4A 2S 3B (3 3PM)
Jabari Smith-23P 7R 2A 2B
Jamall Clyce-10P 8R
Aaron Reddish-10P 5R#BattleForGeorgia pic.twitter.com/xEZ7dvZE4H
Men’s hoops isn’t the only FSU basketball program that’s rolling on the recruiting trail. Women’s Hoops has landed its second blue-chip player in as many weeks in the form of Mariana Valenzuela.
Jameis Winston was absurd in this game; hard to believe it’s already been six years:
August 30, 2014: Jameis Winston (@Jaboowins) scores on a tremendous 28-yard TD run during a 37-31 @FSUFootball win over Oklahoma State in Arlington, TX. pic.twitter.com/j1y19DVho3— This Day In Sports Clips (@TDISportsClips) August 30, 2020
Cam Akers’ dreams have become reality; have you been watching him on Hard Knocks?
Literally https://t.co/jw3bqdzloD— Cam akers (@thereal_cam3) August 30, 2020
Josh Sweat is coming into his own entering his third year in the league:
Josh Sweat is making a mockery of both first-team OTs today. He beat Pryor twice at LT and then just got the best of Mailata on the right side. #Eagles— Mike Kaye (@mike_e_kaye) August 30, 2020