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Noles News: Cam Akers out for NFL Season

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FSU alum suffers injury while working out

NCAA Football: Alabama State at Florida State Melina Myers-USA TODAY Sports

Football

Florida State football alum Cam Akers was pegged for a potential massive breakout this season in Los Angeles. But that, unfortunately, is now on hold until 2022.

Akers though is taking it in stride and promising to return a better version of himself for 2022.

And his former teammates around the league offered up their thoughts as well.

We’re right there with them. Thoughts up to Cam for a speedy recovery so he can be back and better than ever in 2022.

McKenzie Milton is hoping to prove the best version of himself this year after his own serious injury. Monday, he was named to the Maxwell Award watch list. Tuesday, it was the Davey O’Brien Award watch list.

Surprise to no one that Jalen Ramsey is considered one of the best in the league at what he does and even his peers taking some time to shoutout those skills while watching film.

Big shoutout to Marvin Wilson on his first ever Marvin’s Movement football camp as well. Love to see Big Marv giving back to the community,

Recruiting

Mike Norvell’s staff has been all over the recruiting trail this summer and now they’ve got their eyes set on a star receiver in the Class of 2023.

Baseball

Florida State alum Cal Raleigh is getting his first taste of the major leagues with the Seattle Mariners. Tuesday, he collected his first career hit.

And later added his first career RBI.

Cal was not the only former Nole achieving career firsts on Tuesday. John Nogowski left the yard for the first time in his big league career.

Current FSU pitcher Bryce Hubbart has made a name for himself this summer in the Cape League. This week, he’s collected two top honors.

Basketball

Earlier, we showed Marvin Wilson making a difference with his camp, but he’s not alone. Devin Vassell, now with the Spurs, joined campers at the club’s overnight camp last week.

The FSU women’s basketball team was without their head coach Sue Semrau all last season as stepped aside to care for her mother. Coach talked about that decision, saying she worked to make sure that the focus last year remained on the team and not her.