Booster CEO Mike Alford spoke for twenty plus minutes about the football only facility and so much more.
Kirby Smart has recruited so insanely well at UGA that he’s starting to feel a little heat for not winning enough.
Ten members of one of the more impressive senior classes in the history of FSU basketball put on their cap and gowns this past weekend
Unconquered in the class room and on the court. Congrats to our 10 Seminole graduates! pic.twitter.com/n0McbXBNT0— Leonard Hamilton (@FSUCoachHam) April 24, 2021
Former Kentucky Cam’Ron Fletcher has committed to Florida State.
It was another weekend where FSU took the first two games of the series but couldn’t complete the sweep.
Mat Nelson leads the nation in dingers with 18 long balls:
FSU was poised to take 3 of 4 from Louisville but the drop-dead rule got in the way:
The game has been halted and ends in a tie due to the pre-determined drop dead time— Florida State Softball (@FSU_Softball) April 25, 2021
Back at home next weekend against NC State pic.twitter.com/hFRaq6EV4e
That’s five straight championships for Beach Volleyball:
Travis Hunter and Five-Star wide receiver Brandon Inniss are having fun on the camp circuit:
Much of last year’s camp circuit was cut short because of the pandemic so it’s nice to see the kids having some fun again.
Four-star linebacker target Jaron Willis will announce his commitment on Instagram this Saturday:
I will be going Live on my Instagram account on Saturday to announce my Commitment Join in around 1:30pm EST— Jaron Willis (@JaronWillis4) April 25, 2021
Instagram name: Jay6ix006@BALLERSCHOICE1 @CamNewton7v7 @247Sports @ChadSimmons_ @Coach2Bless
Zavion Hardy is a blue-chip 2023 defensive end from Macon, Georgia and his first visit when the dead period ends is to FSU:
No coincidence that this date falls in line with this one:
Buster Posey continues to build that Canton resume:
The first player in the Giants’ 138 year history to catch 1,000 games. Congrats, Buster! pic.twitter.com/xr9tfq4LdQ— SFGiants (@SFGiants) April 24, 2021
288 Seminoles have been drafted; that number will inch closer to 300 after this week’s NFL Draft: