There's no need to wait until National Signing Day because we've got a complete rundown of Florida State's 2015 recruiting class with our annual predictions, including our picks on where three five-star standouts will end up.
It was a huge recruiting weekend for the Longhorns, including a visit from top QB Kai Locksley. Can Texas flip the current Florida State commit?
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It's the second to last weekend before National Signing Day and Florida State hosted several recruits for their official visits. We've got the latest on how the visits went including a full update on four-star offensive lineman Abdul Bello
FSU opened baseball practice on Saturday, trying to solve a number of questions about this year's team. Beyond Mike Compton, D.J. Stewart and a handful of holdovers, the 'Noles have to find new players to replace lost production from 2014.
Trevor Lacey scored 17 points, including five in the final 1:22, as North Carolina State held off a Florida State second-half rally to escape with a 72-63 victory Saturday.
Freshman guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes goes off for 35 points Saturday at No. 15 North Carolina, but the 'Noles come up just short of the upset, 78-74.
Destrehan (La.) four-star wide receiver Kirk Merritt has established himself as one of the most athletic prospects in the southeast. The offers came quick and piled up early for Merritt, but he now has his list down to four college programs.
Temple football coach Matt Rhule is hosting one of the top running backs from the 2015 class this weekend.
With a shakeup on the coaching staff, what are Florida State's chances of landing the No. 1 player in the nation, Byron Cowart? Which targets could fill the remaining spots in the 2015 class? We break down the remaining targets on the board.