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Noles News: FSU baseball’s walk off win, football heads back to practice

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A busy week for Florida State athletics

FSU sports information

Recruiting

Some recent Class of 2022 FSU offers:

Samuel Okunlola, a 6’4 225 pound defensive end from Brockton, MA with offers from Arizona, Clemson, Georgia, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, Oregon, Penn State, and Texas, among others.

Rodney Hill, a 6’0 186 pound athlete from Statesboro, GA, currently committed to Virginia with offers from Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, UCF, Virginia Tech, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, among others.

Jordan Nabors, a 5’11 175 pound wide receiver from Heath, TX, with offers from Baylor, Boise State, Colorado, Michigan State and Utah, among others.

You know the drill by now — if you’ve got questions or want updates on the latest moves on the recruiting trail, head to Tomahawk Nation’s Florida State football recruiting thread.

Football

FSU is taking the field again as spring camp continues — check back around 6 p.m. tonight for live updates from head coach Mike Norvell and other members of the team.

Florida State alumnus and NFL Draft prospect Joshua Kaindohy was named an ACC postgraduate scholar, along with four-time ACC hurdles champion Trey Cunningham and softball outfielder Dani Morgan.

Basketball

We’re just three days out from FSU’s matchup vs. Michigan with an Elite 8 berth on the line — which means it’s time to start getting that #NewBlood narrative everywhere possible:

Baseball

Florida State baseball pulled off a walk-off win vs. UCF Wednesday night, overcoming two blown leads to secure their sixth straight win.

Some bad news on the injury front, however:

All Sports

No. 16 Florida State swimming and diving opened the 2021 Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships on Wednesday with the 800 free relay and will start competing individually on Thursday.

For the fourth consecutive week, the Florida State University College of Law Moot Court Team has won first place in a national competition, winning the 2021 Seigenthaler-Sutherland Cup National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.

Researchers from Eastern Virginia Medical School, Florida State University and the University of Virginia have observed a tiny muscle filament during a crucial stage in a beating heart for the first time — a revelation could herald the development of new treatments for heart diseases, the leading cause of death worldwide.

FSU’s Call of Duty team is headed to the playoffs: