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Noles News: Florida State continues to overhaul roster via transfer portal

Time will tell how well it works.

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Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles are hammering the transfer portal, as the staff continues to overhaul the roster. Early Tuesday afternoon, FSU landed Louisville Cardinals defensive back Greedy Vance:

Late last week, the Noles landed Arizona State Sun Devils (jumbo) wide receiver Johnny Wilson:

Florida State has landed five transfers so far this offseason, but I don’t think the staff is even close to finished, as there still are major holes at defensive end and linebacker, and I’m sure Norvell & Co. would like another instant-impact wide receiver and offensive tackle, as well.

Keep up with all the transfer talk in our ongoing thread:

A couple blue-chip high school products are high on FSU, too:

If you have recruiting questions or want to know the latest, you (should) know where to turn (by now):


Yes, yes it was:

Led by a great coach (and man):

Everyone loves free stuff, right?

S-E-C, S-E-C:

Meanwhile, the ACC’s only played one bowl game thus far (Louisville loss to Air Force) due to multiple Covid-related cancellations.


Speaking of Covid cancellations:

At this point, it might be time to wonder if FSU has enough realistic chances remaining to impress the selection committee with quality wins.

NFL Noles

Warrick Dunn’s a legend on and off the field:

Speaking of former FSU running back standouts:


Mike Martin, Jr. & Co. continue to get after the transfer market, as well, with the latest addition being catcher Brock Mathis formerly of the Oklahoma State Cowboys and LSU Tigers:

Tomahawk Nation’s Brett Nevitt breaks down the latest addition:

And he also gives some breakout candidates for Meat’s men:

Women’s Sports

Always encouraging to see FSU’s athletic teams doing work in the classroom:

Audrey Koenig killing it. Literally.

Sue Semrau’s Lady Noles are scheduled to face the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and Syracuse Orange this week: