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Noles News: Championship season in full swing for Florida State

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Four-star 2022 wide receiver Andre Green Jr., who was offered by Florida State in April of 2020 before he received his initial ranking, has the Seminoles in his top 15:

Add another name to the June visit list:

Whether you’re buying low or on the upswing is to be determined, but according to yet another national recruiting writer, Florida State Seminoles football recruiting is getting ready to kick into high gear:

Check back in about an hour for a breakdown of the recruiting dead period ending and some names set to visit FSU in June, and as always, if you want to catch up the latest moves on the recruiting trail or pick the brain of our recruiting squad, head to our Florida State football recruiting thread.


According to PFF’s Super Official and Always Accurate Numbers, Clemson is the overwhelming favorite to win the conference, while North Carolina and Miami will battle it out over the right to get obliterated in the title game.

(FSU being in the same division as Clemson would seemingly explain the Seminoles absence here, but also, a lot of other things would as well.)

OTAs are underway, and Janarius Robinson is ready to ride:

PFF taketh away, PFF giveth:


No. 23 Florida State baseball (29-21, 20-16 ACC) will begin postseason play on Wednesday morning. Find a preview of the ACC Tournament here, and check back for the game thread as Brett Nevitt covers the game live from Charlotte.

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22 Seminole men will be competing Wednesday and Friday while 19 women will go on Thursday and Saturday as Florida State track and field begins NCAA postseason action at the East Preliminary rounds in Jacksonville.

On Friday, FSU men’s golf will take the green as the No. 1 overall seed:

Florida State women’s golf finished in a tie for 9th place in the final standings of the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championship Finals, fell one stroke short of qualifying for the match play championship round. The finish is the best in school history.

Donna Uchizono, an associate professor at Florida State University’s School of Dance, has earned a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) grant and an FSU Planning grant to support the archival and preservation of her continuing body of work.