2022 offensive tackle Collin Sadler, a 6’5 295 pound offensive tackle from Greenville, SC, got a Florida State Seminoles football offer this week.
2021 wide receiver Florida State commit Joshua Burrell posted his official scholarship offer on Twitter today, and as the youths say, that thing is cleaaaaaaaan. A huge shout out to @kcampdesign and the whole Florida State media department on this one:
GO NOLES ! #Tribe21 @FSUFootball @Coach_Norvell @kcampdesign pic.twitter.com/Vu1QCsxZL2— Joshua Burrell (@JoshBurr9_) August 5, 2020
2021 Kansas commit Keon Coleman sharing some FSU graphics:
August 5, 2020
@jalenramsey said it best “if you a recruit and you not going to Florida State WHAT IS YOU DOIN” #GoNoles— Koby Gross (@Koby13k) August 4, 2020
@FSUFootball in 2013, @Jaboowins escapes pressure and heaves it to @KShaw81 for the touchdown as time expires in the first half against Boston College! pic.twitter.com/wBBGkHAuRl— FSU Seminoles (@Seminoles) August 4, 2020
Florida State is set to get its 2020 schedule today, with the ACC releasing schedules at 9 a.m. Tomahawk Nation reported yesterday that Samford is FSU’s likely non-conference opponent, the necessity arising after Florida Gators and the SEC opted to play a conference-only schedule.
A report arose yesterday that FAMU had inquired about a potential matchup, but that report was refuted by a separate report with a quote from the Rattlers athletic director denying submission of any potential waiver to play Florida State a Tallahassee showdown.
Florida State’s Seminole Legacy series continues today, this time with defensive coordinator Adam Fuller:
returns.— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) August 5, 2020
Episode III with @fbcoachfuller debuts on our social platforms tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/2vCCHNuv7w
Speaking of Fuller, myself and Brett Nevitt will be speaking with him, offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham, special teams coordinator John Papuchis and head coach Mike Norvell as well as defensive tackle Marvin Wilson, wide reciever Tamorrion Terry and running back Jashuan Corbin today as part of media availability.
2 years out and I’m back at it.. @42_Dugg pic.twitter.com/E82X9ufxsb— D.Will (@DWill__2) August 5, 2020
Road to recovery was one to remember https://t.co/0ln1sybCJF— ϟ THOR ϟ (@JaidenWoodbey) August 5, 2020
Big shoutout to @CRO31 and @trapj99 for joining our Secure The Bag zoom session with @FSUFootball... thank you for imparting your wisdom. we’re having some of the realist conversations in the country video dropping soon #FSUFamily #Noles #SecureTheBag #alignactionswithintentions pic.twitter.com/6RCrbZ5kpf— Didier Occident (@DidierOccident) August 5, 2020
Former Florida State and current Los Angelos Chargers fullback Gabe Nabers has been impressing early on:
Put FB Gabe Nabers on your radars for possibly undrafted rookies to make Chargers' 53-man roster. Lynn raved about the Florida State product and former TE: "Gabe, he looks really impressive. ... If you’re picking teams, you pick Gabe. He looks pretty good." #Chargers— Gilbert Manzano (@GManzano24) August 5, 2020
Oh, just Warrick Dunn continuing to be a ridiculously wonderful human:
Brandy Ivery became the latest recipient of a new house through Habitat for Humanity of Spartanburg and received an additional gift from former NFL star Warrick Dunn: https://t.co/XbNfqd3X7y— Herald-Journal (@GoUpstate) August 4, 2020
For your viewing pleasure, here are some Malik Osborne highlights to enjoy:
Saw a glimpse of @OsborneMalik in year 1 in the Garnet and Gold.....expect a lot more in year 2. #NewBlood pic.twitter.com/w5mCbkxtzo— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) August 5, 2020
...and follow that up with some tape of 2021 Seminoles commit Bryce McGowens:
♂️@yungsmoove21 @DreamBigHurd pic.twitter.com/ku8D4toCTm— Bryce McGowens (@BryceMcgowens5) August 4, 2020
Updates former Florida State baseball players Brandon Liebrandt and DJ Stewart:
Former #Nole signed by the Marlins. https://t.co/jFcC0vnvv5— Brett (@brettpn) August 6, 2020
Following tonight’s game, the Orioles optioned OF DJ Stewart to the Baltimore Alternate Training Site.— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) August 6, 2020
FSU will be well represented this week at the PGA Championship, with both Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger competing:
We've waited way too long for a major— FSU Golf (@FSUGolf) August 4, 2020
Looking forward to watching @DanielBerger59 and @BKoepka at this week's #PGAChamp pic.twitter.com/xySL5Dftwj
Flew to San Francisco pre-COVID to interview @BKoepka about the @PGAChampionship, 2019 @TheMasters, how his signature composure was developed, his evolution as man & golfer.— Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) August 4, 2020
And... does he care about being buddies with his peers?#MartySmithsAmericahttps://t.co/sqtzuThXau pic.twitter.com/NGYpWQLDWZ