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Florida State football, recruiting news: FSU goes all out for Class of 2022 recruits

Plus, Florida State has its starting quarterback and a kickoff time for the season opener.


September 1 was a day that we’ve been hearing and seeing from recruits nonstop in the leadup to the first official day that coaches could communicate with Class of 2022 prospects, and Florida State Seminoles football’s recruiting and design team went all out in throwing things together.

See all the fire (that’s what the youth say, right?) here, all complied by Josh Pick and NoleThruandThru.

Florida State didn’t stop there, sending out an offers to 2022 four-star offensive lineman Riley Quick, 2022 athlete Tyler Woodard and 2023 four-star tight end (No. 2 in the class) Pearce Spurlin III.


The big news of yesterday’s media availability: James Blackman will start at quarterback against Georgia Tech.

Blackman, head coach Mike Norvell, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Kenny Dillingham and running back Jashaun Corbin all spoke with the media yesterday — Norvell, Corbin and Dillingham all speaking on Blackman being named the starter while Corbin also addressed the feeling of getting to play again after rehabbing from injury and transferring.

We officially have a kickoff time and channel for the season opener vs. the Yellow Jackets: 3:30 p.m. kickoff on ABC.

Maybe one day, this is what Florida State’s offensive line’ll look like:


Terance Mann is putting the sacrifices being made in the bubble in perspective — truly, a selfless act giving up the joy of a double meat, half carnitas half barbacoa, guac, sour cream, cheese, lettuce, fajita veggies and medium salsa burrito bowl in order to entertain us by making ball go through hoop:



Check out this feature piece on Florida State women’s volleyball athlete Taylor Roberts, who has helped lead FSU to NCAA Tournament in both of her first two years.