Tyus Battle could move to five-star status thanks to a big July. Find out who joins him on our list of rising ranked prospects.
Pawling (N.Y.) Trinity Pawling defensive lineman Austrian Robinson doesn't know exactly which schools will earn official visits a few months from now, but he does know which program currently leads. Learn more, right here!
Jimbo Fisher was only kidding, but the image he conjured during a press conference before Florida State’s spring practices commenced was colorful and plenty accurate. When asked about the challenges of moving forward with a program that has aspirations of national contention every year, Fisher likened himself to his children, who seem to spend the majority of their time around him...
In the War Room Report we've got several tidbits on FSU football including which freshmen are standing out, some updated weights, news on a blackout game, new photos of the coaches' offices and more.
Washington commit Jermaine Haley was one of several 2015 and 2016 prospects that saw their stock rise after a productive July.
Despite growing up a fan of one of Miami's bitter rivals, offensive tackle Brendan Loftus gave his pledge to the Hurricanes.
Four-star offensive tackle Tyree St. Louis, after talking it over with his family, committed to the Miami Hurricanes on Tuesday.
Florida State's football team may have been the best in the nation last season, but this year's recruiting class doesn't look like it will be winning a Grammy anytime soon...Read the full article on Bleacher Report...
How will the arrest of Jesus Wilson earlier this month impact FSU's depth at wide receiver? There are plenty of contenders for playing time after veteran Rashad Greene but little experience.
Walk into any major college football facility and you will likely be greeted by some sort of massive trophy case. Some are bigger than others, some are more stocked than others and some are featured more prominently than others. But every school has one. Largely, they are used to show off former exploits and accomplishments on the field to future recruits. “Come to State U...