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Noles News: Is Mike Norvell the 4th best recruiter in Florida?

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Plus, a big win for FSU hoops over Miami

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247 recently took a survey of some of its national analysts (including our former dad, who left to go get recruiting takes on our birthday and never came back) to rank the recruiters in the state of Florida, and Seminoles head coach Mike Norvell came in fourth, with one second-place nod.

If there’s one thing our film crew will never get tired of, it’s breaking down five-star commit Travis Hunter’s film. CoachAB dives into what makes the 2022 prospect arguably the best in the class.

Nyjalik Kelly, a fellow 2022 FSU commit, is a three-star prospect that has flown under the radar despite traits befitting a blue-chip. CoachAB took the time to break down his film, showcasing what Norvell and staff saw long before the Dillard High School prospect blew up.

2023 offensive lineman Tyler “Bubba” Jeffries, a 6’5 305 pound offensive lineman from Tennessee, received an FSU offer yesterday.

It’s that time of the week for a lovely Perry Tease Ahead™ to the latest entry in Tomahawk Nation’s State of Recruiting series — often replicated, never outdone. Today’s piece, dropping at 8 a.m., will look at the pass-catchers currently on Florida State’s radar.

And, as always, if you’ve got questions about the latest moves, offers, prospects or updates on Florida State recruiting, head to our thread to pick the brains of our recruiting staff.


How did Mike Norvell and staff build an offense for quarterback Jordan Travis? Our Kevin Little (XsandNoles) breaks it down.

The Seminole Boosters released the most extensive clip we’ve gotten out of Tour of Duty so far in an effort to promote its One Tribe fundraising campaign.

Nice to see new teammates McKenzie Milton and Keir Thomas on the same page:

Got some extra cash laying around and feel like YOLO’ing it on an investment other than GameStop stock? Sports Betting Dime has odds up for the 2021 national championship, with the latest edition of SBD’s odds having Florida State at +16250.


What do UF and Miami hoops have in common? Seven straight losses to the Seminoles. Read a breakdown of last night’s blowout win vs. the Hurricanes here.

Meanwhile, FSU women’s hoops are facing off against Notre Dame tonight at 7 p.m. in the first of a stretch of critical ACC matchups.


The latest episode of Brett Nevitt’s joint venture with Ariya Massoudi, owner of that devishly alluring voice that you’ve been hearing on FSU broadcasts, Sunday Golds has dropped and, as always, offers some of the best insight you’ll get on the Seminoles (the rest of the best being Brett’s coverage here):

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The Florida State No. 4 men’s and No. 11 women’s track and field teams will compete at Clemson in the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championship starting today. The men are seeking a fourth-consecutive indoor title.

The No. 15 Florida State swimming and diving team is headed to the NCAA Championships after posting an automatic qualifying time in the 200 medley relay on Wednesday on the first night of the ACC Championships.

Eight Florida State University students — Nyla Chute, Melissa Toussaint, Jonathan “JD” Dorsey, Alexza Alamo. Second row: Roshelle Thompson, Alex Bustamante, Davion Jeanty and Djaina-shae “DJ” Dervil — were awarded Gilman scholarships for international travel, which means they’ll receive up to $5,000 toward study abroad or internship program costs with additional funding available for the study of a critical language overseas.

The Florida State beach volleyball team placed a league-high four student-athletes on the CCSA Preseason All-Conference Team.