Kansas transfer Andrew Parchment decided to make it official; he will be transferring to FSU. Injuries and inconsistencies at quarterback derailed his 2020 but in 2019 FSU’s newest wide receiver caught 65 balls for 831 yards. A very good get for the Seminoles.
Five-star Travis Hunter Jr, put on a show in the state championship loss to Grayson. He would be the most talented kid to step foot on FSU’s campus in quite a few years.
2023 DB Kayin Lee updates his recruitment as a now rising-junior.
FSU has been working hard identifying talented recruits that could fit the preferred walk-on model:
I am very excited to announce my commitment to FSU, and my early enrollment in January. I would like to thank all of my coaches who have helped me this past year. @KoachingEmUp @PepJ52 @CoachBA1010 @dzoloty @Cinjun_Erskine @Locklyn33 @odellhaggins pic.twitter.com/NwUU4KR1w6— Liam McCormick (@LiamMcCormick21) December 31, 2020
Robert Scott took the time to thank the staff and his teammates for an impressive freshman season:
I want to thank God, @Coach_Norvell,@CoachAAtkins, and the rest of the FSU team for helping my game improve throughout the season. I appreciate the opportunity the coaches provided for me. I could not have gotten this accomplished without y’all. Go Noles!!! pic.twitter.com/YiWCGWR1hj— Robert Scott (@robertscottOL) December 31, 2020
600 hours of community service a remarkable achievement; kudos to these young men making time to be a positive influence:
Service. Sacrifice. Respect.— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) December 31, 2020
Grateful for the opportunity to serve others in our community throughout this year pic.twitter.com/rijYzQ1IcS
Miami got some bad news today; D’Eriq King has indeed torn his acl:
It said "he's expected to be available" for the start of camp. Whether that means he's full strength is another matter.— Sam Khan Jr. (@skhanjr) December 31, 2020
FWIW, King told me this spring that when he returned from his torn meniscus at UH in September 2019 (which occurred in Nov. 2018), he still wasn't 100 percent. https://t.co/kWNjrjRj7N
What’s your favorite football moment of 2020? This wasn’t my favorite one but it sure was the funniest:
So who’s winning today Semifinals? Rooting for Alabama and Ohio State because there’s nothing that I care less about than ACC solidarity.
Tuck Talk; it has a nice ring to it:
New Year’s Eve Tuck Talk pod just dropped. Roundtable with @TomahawkNation’s Matt Minnick & @MichaelRogner.— Ariya Massoudi (@AriyaMassoudi) December 31, 2020
Areas #FSU must and will improve
Why patience is important this year
Surprises and disappointments
Duke Preview and Prediction https://t.co/6C3ApaVvv4 pic.twitter.com/8MiGo1SgvL
Women’s Basketball took care of business against Virginia Tech in Blacksburg yesterday.
In typical Warrick Dunn fashion he delivered another fully-furnished home for a family to ring the new year in: