Three more of Florida State’s newest transfers spoke to the media today for the first time. We heard from former South Carolina Gamecocks defensive back Jammie Robinson and defensive lineman Keir Thomas, as well as former Auburn Tigers running back D.J. Williams. For more info on how they may fit in with the Noles in 2021, check out what Coach AB, Kevin Little, and Trey Rowland had to say on the most recent Triple Option:
Jammie Robinson, Keir Thomas and DJ Williams addressing the media right now.— The Triple Option (@tripleoptionfsu) January 19, 2021
To get an idea of what these 3 new players will bring to the Noles, watch our breakdown here:https://t.co/LQolhreEt8
Speaking of transfers, our own TimScribble summarized the recent roster overhaul in Tallahassee.
Plus, we learned the new jersey numbers for the freshman early enrollees along with the latest transfers.
A Florida State and Seattle Seahawks legend turned 47 Tuesday. Happy birthday to Pro Football Hall of Famer Walter Jones!
Happy 47th Birthday to Walter Jones!— CBS Sports HQ (@CBSSportsHQ) January 19, 2021
Jones was a BEAST
• 9× Pro Bowler
• 6× All-Pro
• NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
• NFL 100th Anniversary All-Time Team
• Seattle Seahawks No. 71 retired
• Pro Football Hall of Famer#GoHawks pic.twitter.com/c0Fjh0ybja
There’s no doubt former FSU running back Cam Akers made a name for himself during the Los Angeles Rams’ 2020 NFL Postseason run, and PFF rated him as the top back in several categories during the Wild Card and Divisional Rounds:
Cam Akers playoff rushing:— PFF Fantasy Football (@PFF_Fantasy) January 19, 2021
Rushing Grade - 84.8 (1st)
Yards after contact - 154 (1st)
First down runs - 13 (1st) pic.twitter.com/madJnfTEWv
Junior forward RaiQuan Gray is having a stellar year and has caught fire in the past two wins over the North Carolina Tar Heels and Louisville Cardinals with 19 and 17-point outings, respectively. He joined the ACC Network for an interview Tuesday:
Seminole baseball is now just a month away, and our own Brett Nevitt released another awesome preseason primer, this time on pitcher Conor Grady.
Former Nole and current PGA superstar Brooks Koepka will make his PGA Tour season debut in Palm Springs on Thursday, and he says he’s feeling good: