High four-star offensive tackle and FSU legacy Julian Armella has FSU in his final four with a December 4th commitment date announced.
Earlier four-star priority target Wesley Bissainthe also seems to hint that he would be committing on that same weekend:
December 4— wesley bissainthe (@behumblepapi) November 22, 2021
FSU seems to be trending for both targets.
Head nod to Noles247 for this scoop; FSU is in early on Mycah Pittman; Oregon WR that recently entered the portal:
"I'm looking for an opportunity to touch the ball more than once or twice a game. I want to be a game changer. I want to be needed."— Zach Blostein (@ZBlostein247) November 22, 2021
Oregon WR transfer @MycahPittman on what he’s looking for in his next school.
I spoke with Pittman about his #FSU offer:https://t.co/nuzHqAXgWG
It’s safe to say FSU has been lacking a little elite speed at the skill positions lately; enter Five-Star prospects Sam McCall and Travis Hunter:
Horn has his 2nd down deep ball intended for Hunter tipped...but he stays with it and brings it in for a 48-yard TD.— Alan (@Alan__Cole) November 20, 2021
4 catches for 97 yards and a pick for Hunter in his return. Collins Hill leads Pebblebrook 39-0 with 2:42 left in the first half.
FSU transfer tackle commitment Bless Harris is ranked No. 18 in 247’s initial transfer portal rankings.
Among FSU fans on Twitter and other social media mediums Akeem Dent was a popular punching bag; now he’s ACC Defensive Back of the Week.
Keir Thomas, Jermaine Johnson, Keir Thomas; I just named the last three winners of the ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week award.
Well, well, well look who’s finally showing up in bowl projections after starting 0-4.
FSU demolished Missouri to win the Jacksonville Classic.
FSU should sneak into the top 17 when the polls drop tomorrow; they were delayed because of the mega-matchup between South Carolina and UConn:
Former FSU running backs were on display this weekend: