In the Warchant.com Recruiting Report, we preview FSU's big visit weekend, discuss the latest with uncommitted recruits like Byron Cowart and Iman Marshall, and break down FSU's seven early enrollees.
We move from our pre-season top ten players in the class of 2015 to the players that have actually shown and proven during the season. With our mid-season update, here are our NYCHoops.net Top Ten Players and five players on the bubble.
National signing day 2015 is right around the corner, and Florida State's coaches are on the road and hosting official visitors on campus in an effort to finish off an already strong recruiting class with a bang...Begin Slideshow
The emergence and development of young talent can play a critical role in any team’s position in the race to win a college football national championship or conference title. And unpredictability of finding the next star or breakout player is also what makes preseason predictions difficult. The 2014 college football season ended on Monday night with Ohio State’s 42-20 win...
Florida State has announced that cornerback Ronald Darby has decided to enter the 2015 NFL Draft.
This weekend, Florida State will host seven official visitors - six are Seminole commitments, while one is a five-star target and the No. 1 corner in the country, Iman Marshall. We break it all down in our preview.
The nation's No. 1 cornerback, Iman Marshall of Long Beach, Calif., will travel 2,250 miles for his official visit to Florida State this weekend. Find out why he has so much interest in the 'Noles despite the distance.
Joseph Wicker is down to three favorites and the four-star defensive tackle has one visit remaining before National Signing Day.
It's just three weeks until National Signing Day and Florida State has just a few spots remaining in its recruiting class. Will five-star defensive end Byron Cowart fill one of those spots? Get the latest on where the Noles stand with recruits in our new Recruiting Mill.
Freshman Phil Cofer scores a career-high 21 points with 11 rebounds, but the FSU men fall at Pitt on Wednesday, 73-64. The 'Noles are now 1-3 in ACC play.