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Noles News: FSU kicks off Florida youth clinic tour

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Plus, FSU soccer keeps on ballin’

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Recruiting

2022 three-star Marquarius White, a 5’10 155 pound wide receiver from Clay, AL with offers from Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss, Tennessee, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest Demon, and West Virginia, among others.

For all the latest updates on the trail, head to our Florida State football recruiting thread.

Football

Florida State football is kicking off its summer camp tour, starting in West Palm Beach.

Here’s the first four stops on the tour (and if you want to register, click here):

Thursday, May 6 – Village of Palm Springs Park (217 Cypress Lane, Palm Springs)

5:30 p.m. – Registration begins

6:30-8 p.m. – Youth Clinic

Friday, May 7 – Lauderhill Sports Park (7500 W Oakland Park Blvd, Lauderhill)

5:30 p.m. – Registration begins

6:30-8 p.m. – Youth Clinic

Saturday, May 8 – Tropical Park (7900 SW 40th St., Miami)

10 a.m. – Registration begins

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. – Youth Clinic

Saturday, May 8 – Ives Estates Park (20901 NE 16th Ave., Miami)

4 p.m. – Registration begins

5-6:30 p.m. – Youth Clinic

Soccer

Business as usual for the No. 1 Florida State soccer team, who with a 3-1 victory over Penn State is heading to the Elite Eight. FSU has advanced to the Elite Eight in the following years: 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2020 and now 2021.

Basketball

Trent Forrest is making a believer out of Utah Jazz teammates, coaches, and fans, writes the Salt Lake Tribune.

Baseball

The recognition is starting to begin for FSU catcher Matheu Nelson, who we declared the best in the nation last week:

All Sports

The No. 2 Florida State men’s golf team was selected as the top seed in its own NCAA Regional during Wednesday’s NCAA Golf Selection Show on The Golf Channel. It is the program’s 15th straight regional appearance, a streak that began in 2006.

Nine teams ranked, seven in the top ten for Seminole spring sports:

FSU track athletes Shanice Love earned Women’s Co-Field Performer of the Week, Jo’Vaughn Martin named Men’s Co-Track Performer of the Week and Isaac Grimes as Men’s Field Performer of the Week

The FSU women’s tennis team was named the seventh-overall seed in the NCAA Tournament Monday, and on Tuesday, the NCAA announced its singles and doubles championship selections and four Seminoles were included among the group — Giulia Pairone and Emmanuelle Salas were each selected to compete for the singles title while Nandini Das and Andrea Garcia were one of just 32 doubles teams selected to compete for a title.