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Noles News: FSU’s five-star commit could be No. 1 in the country

Plus, we speak to FSU’s new quarterback today at 11 a.m.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 22 Northern Illinois at Florida State Photo by Logan Stanford/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images


Today, we’ll be talking with transfer quarterback McKenzie Milton and linebacker Jermaine Johnson — make sure you follow along on Twitter, and stay posted for our recap afterwards.


I’ve long thought that Travis Hunter, Jr. is the best DB in the 2022 class but to be frank he might be the best prospect period. Tim Scribble breaks down the Georgia prospect’s case as No. 1 in next year’s signing class.

Here’s a great comment from harperrb:

Context for everyone:

Currently, Travis Hunter is tied 16th highest recruit for FSU (for all time for those ranked) behind/with the following:

Ernie Sims = 1.000 (2003)

Mario Edwards = 0.9995 (2012)

Lorenzo Booker = 0.9992 (2002)

Cam Akers = 0.9984 (2017)

Derwin James = 0.9982 (2015)

Travis Johnson = 0.9982 (2000)

Chris Davis = 0.9980 (2002)

Fred Rouse = 0.9980 (2005)

Karlos Williams = 0.9977 (2011)

Myron Rolle = 0.9977 (2006)

Jacobbi McDaniel = 0.9974 (2009)

Bryant McFadden = 0.9968 (2000)

Lavonta Taylor = 0.9967 (2016)

Xavier Lee = 0.9964 (2004)

Marvin Wilson = 0.9958 (2017)

Matthew Thomas = 0.9957 (2013)

Travis Hunter = 0.9957 (2022)

Four-star Louisiana running back Le’Veon Moss has been offered by Florida State.

Speakling of The Boot, here’s an update on signee Byron Turner Jr.:

FSU continues to stay active in the Bayou state; this time they’ve offered Makai Donaldson.

Other Sports:

As of this morning we’re 35 days away from Opening Day:

Make sure you catch up on Brett Nevitt’s Florida State Seminoles baseball coverage.


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