A Florida State social media campaign turned ugly when the university's athletic department asked the public to pose questions to Heisman-winning quarterback Jameis Winston.
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Three-star cornerback Rashard Causey of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas committed to Florida Atlantic back in April, but said the strength of his commitment is only 50 percent. He's also mapped out five official visits to Florida State, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Miami and Michigan.
Two-star defensive end Fermin Silva of Miami (Fla.) Miami Central named Marshall and Cincinnati as two schools standing out to him, but is holding out for other schools to potentially enter the mix before reaching a final decision.
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Four-star all-purpose back Tim Irvin of Palmetto Bay (Fla.) Westminster Christian says "Florida State, Florida, Miami, USC and Clemson" are at the top.
Three-star cornerback Rashad Fenton of Miami (Fla.) Carol City has a top five and South Carolina leads it. The other schools are Arkansas, Tennessee, UCF and Miami.
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Iman Marshall couldn't pass up a chance to see a former teammate and USC's first scrimmage of camp at the L.A. Coliseum.
Head coach Jimbo Fisher said he thinks his offensive line is as good as any in the country. But the linemen and coach Rick Trickett are still working to prove themselves.