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 1 year ago '13        #4001
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Top 10 for FSU DE target

Washington (D.C.) St. John's College four-star weak-side defensive end Terrell Hall dropped a Top 10 on Friday evening.

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The 6-foot-5, 250-pound defensive end is set to officially visit Florida State on December 11th. He previously took an official visit to Florida in late September.

Other visits have yet to be scheduled.

Alabama leads the 247Sports.com Crystal Ball with 81% of predictions.

The 247Sports.com Composite ranks Hall as the No. 86 overall prospect and No. 6 weak-side defensive end.
 1 year ago '13        #4002
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Mullen: "Some good people at TCU"

Cornerback Trayvon Mullen (Coconut Creek, Fla.) said his favorite part of his official visit this weekend to TCU was "getting to know the of the great people."

"There's some good people at TCU," Mullen said. "They have a good atmosphere there."

Mullen arrived Friday and took in the Horned Frogs' 28-21 victory over Baylor that night.

"Even though it was rainy and cold it was still good," Mullen said. "The city is nice. It was beautiful. It was a good game. I could see myself there. They have a lot of good competition."

Mullen met with TCU coach Gary Patterson Saturday.

"He told me if I want to be the best corner to come out of TCU I could be," Mullen said. "He said I could be a difference maker."

Area recruiter Doug Meacham and cornerbacks coach Paul Gonzales added to Patterson's pitch.

"They both said a lot of the same things," Mullen said. "How I could be a difference maker and play right away. I'd have the opportunity to make plays."

Mullen said he hopes to take his official visits to Florida State and Clemson next. He said both could come on the next two weekends in December.

"I'm going to call the coaches when I get home and set up the dates for those two," Mullen said.

He still plans on taking his official visit to LSU last in late January.

He said his lone other official visit could go to Oklahoma, Florida or Alabama.

Mullen still plans to announce his college choice on National Signing Day.

The Crystal Ball reads 52-percent for LSU, 32-percent for Florida State, six-percent for Alabama, three-percent foggy and three-percent for Clemson.

"I don't have any tops right now," Mullen said. "I'm pretty wide open. I'm still considering LSU, FSU, Clemson, TCU, Oklahoma, Florida, Alabama and Oklahoma."

Mullen said LSU a.ssistant coach Corey Raymond will stop by to see him Tuesday.

He said he expects Clemson a.ssistants Brent Venables and Mike Reed to be by Thursday.

Mullen wasn't sure of any other staffs stopping by to see him this week.

The four-star recruit is ranked as the nation's No. 3 cornerback and the No. 6 prospect in Florida in the 2016 class by 247Sports.com Composite Rankings.

Mullen will play in the 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl January 9 in San Antonio, Texas.
 1 year ago '13        #4003
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So glad we beat The Gates last night! I wish we would've shut them out though. Showed Treon he should've bought his a.ss to Tallahassee. But, I'm glad to see the gates and canes go down in flames. Gates look a lot better than previous years and will do a lot better under Mac. CeCe Jefferson caused a lot of havoc last night for our line (always wished we would've gotten him or Cowart). State champs again and proud of my Noles.

And one last thing.......#cook4heisman


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 1 year ago '13        #4004
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Mark Richt out at UGA. Might swing some recruits back our way.
 1 year ago '08        #4005
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 Semeautomatic said:
Mark Richt out at UGA. Might swing some recruits back our way.
yes to this 100%
 1 year ago '08        #4006
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gators somehow rackin up commits after that beatdown. guess coach sabotaged their tv so it would play reruns of teblow 10 years ago instead of the actual game last night. oh well guess derwin and friends will have to beat the stupid out of them too just like all the rest.
 1 year ago '04        #4007
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That Qb Committed To Dem Cuz He See How Trash The Gators Qb Is Gives Him A Good Chance To Play Early
 1 year ago '08        #4008
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yea thats even worse. their new coach is supposed to be an offensive coach and they got completely humiliated on that side. it was smart of them to go for it on 4th all those times but other than that they were FAU bad.

texas state and chatanooga made more plays on us than UF. let that sink in and smile brothers, cause that defense is only gettin worse the longer muschamp is gone.
 1 year ago '13        #4009
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FSU Recruiting Impact: Fallout From UGA Changes

News broke earlier today that Georgia has fired head coach Mark Richt after 15 season in Athens.

Noles247 takes a look at how these changes at UGA could impact FSU recruiting:

4-Star DE Brian Burns (6-5, 220): The south Florida defensive end has consistently mentioned Georgia and Florida in his top two. FSU is regularly mentioned as heavily in the mix as well. Burns visited all three of those schools this season and has plans to take an official visit to all three.

4-Star DE Chauncey Manac (6-3, 250): FSU recruited Manac as a sophmore. He was offered by FSU in July of 2013 and he has a relationship with FSU defensive coordinator Charles Kelly. However, his recruitment has gone relatively silent since committing to UGA in September of 2014. Manac plays at a position of need for FSU. It wouldn’t be surprising to see them try and make another play to flip him.

4-Star ILB Jaleel Laguins (6-2, 215): Laguins camped at FSU two summers ago. He mentioned FSU throughout his recruitment before committing to Georgia in August. He’s another player at a need position for FSU. We’ll watch his recruitment closely over the next few weeks.

4-Star CB Shyheim Carter (6-0, 190): FSU was able to get Carter on campus this summer. At the time he was committed to Alabama. He decommitted shortly after that and was expected to land at UGA. Carter is a versatile DB that could play multiple positions in FSU’s defensive backfield, the type of player FSU prefers. We expect the FSU staff to visit him during the contact period.

4-Star OT Landon d!ckerson (6-5, 295): Took an official to FSU on October 10th, his second visit to FSU this year. FSU’s biggest competition for d!ckerson has come from Auburn, Georgia, Tennessee and Virginia Tech. d!ckerson was set for an official visit to UGA on January 16th. It’s unknown if that visit will still occur.

4-Star DE Janarius Robinson (6-5.5, 260 - Robinson attended Dawg Night over the summer and the UGA-Alabama game earlier in the season. He has mentioned UGA as an official visit destination but an exact date had not been scheduled. This change will likely knock UGA out of the picture. FSU still has to fend off Alabama and Florida who are aggressively recruiting Robinson as well.
 1 year ago '13        #4010
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VIP Scoop: FSU wasting no time focusing on DEs

Defensive end is one of the primary positions of need for Florida State entering the final two months of recruiting.

With the contact period beginning on Sunday, FSU has wasted no time in getting out to see two top priorities at the position.

Defensive ends coach Brad Lawing made his way to Panama City (Fla.) on Sunday to see four-star weak-side defensive end pledge Janarius Robinson.

Robinson has already officially visited FSU. Alabama, Florida and Georgia are among those that remain in contention with Robinson.

On Monday, Lawing will head to Washington (D.C.) to see four-star weak-side defensive end target Terrell Hall.

Hall is set to officially visit FSU on Dec. 11th. FSU is competing with Alabama, Florida and a number of others for Hall.
 1 year ago '13        #4011
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Recruiting: Contact Period Objectives

Today, November 29th, marks the start of the Contact Period in recruiting. This is the time of year Florida State coaches hit the road and begin doing in-home visits with many of their remaining targets and commits.

During the contact period the NCAA guidelines allow for coaches to have six in-person, off-campus contacts per recruit, with no more than one contact permitted per week.

The Contact Period is open for the next two weeks before the Dead Period begins on December 14 through January 13. January 14th through January 30th is the last open contact period before Signing Day.

Noles247 takes a look at FSU’s primary objectives between now and the start of the next Dead Period:

Finalizing Early Enrollees: Recruits generally begin planning to be an early enrollee a year or two prior to graduation. However, the days leading up to enrollment can get hectic. Which is why the staff will start working closely with the January enrollees during the contact period to make sure all their grades and transcripts are in order and ready to be submitted to the admissions office.

FSU’s expected January enrollee class includes 4-star QB Malik Henry, 4-star DT Cedrick Wood, 4-star OLB Josh Brown, 3-star C Andrew Boselli, 3-star K Ricky Aguayo and 3-star JUCO DT Walvenski Aime.

In-Home Visits: a.ssistant coaches are allowed a total of six in-home or in-school visits with each recruit, but only one visit can be made per week. Head coaches are only allowed one visit during the same timeframe. FSU’s general strategy is to have the a.ssistants use their visits in December and into January, while Fisher will hold off until late-to-mid-January. However, if a prospect is a January enrollee, Fisher will use his visit right out of the gate.

Some expected coaching visits this week include 4-star CB Trayvon Mullen, 4-star DE Brian Burns, 4-star WR Nate Craig-Myers, 4-star OT Landon d!ckerson and 4-star DE Terrell Hall. We’ll have a complete list of visits this week on Noles247.

Further Evaluations: The Florida State staff takes pride in their evaluations. They even watch recruiting tape as a staff throughout the season, but the post-season is where they can really get in the film room and find the last of the hidden gems.

As senior film of 2016 recruits begins to circulate, the likeliness increases of new names popping up on the board. A few names to watch include Folkston (Ga.) Charlton County 3-star RB Andrew Lee; Suwanee (Ga.) Collins Hill 3-star DE Tomon Fox; Hollywood (Fla.) Miramar 3-star DE Terrell Lucas.

Setting Official Visits: FSU’s strategy with official visitors has remained constant during Jimbo Fisher’s time at FSU. He generally likes to bring his top uncommitted targets in on visits later in January. This doesn’t apply to early enrollees, those visits either occur in-season or during the month of December. 4-Star ILB Zach McCloud is one of the top names expected on campus for an official visit in January. Next weekend FSU will host commtiments 3-star K Ricky Aguayo and 3-star C Andrew Boselli on official visits along with uncommitted targets Terrell Hall and Jauan Williams.

January visits will include 4-star WR Nate Craig-Myers, 4-Star DE Brian Burns, 4-star CB Trayvon Mullen and 4-star WR Keith Gavin to name a few. As usual, late January will be full of surprises with new names emerging on the board as Signing Day nears.
 1 year ago '13        #4012
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Top247 QB Feleipe Franks commits to Florida

Crawfordville (Fla.) Wakulla Top247 quarterback Feleipe Franks completed his flip from LSU to Florida on Sunday night after watching the Gators host Florida State the day before. It was the third Florida home game in a row the 6-foot-6, 220-pound signal caller has attended.

Franks becomes the 26th commitment in the Gators' 2016 class. He is also the second quarterback in the class, joining Kyle Trask of Manvel (Texas).

The U.S. Army All-American backed off his LSU pledge five days ago as speculation of a flip to Florida continued to grow. Franks slated to enroll in January and will go through spring drills with the Gators.

The 247Sports Composite, an industry generated average, currently ranks Franks as the No. 45 overall prospect and the no. 5 pro-style quarterback in the 2016 class.
 1 year ago '13        #4013
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Recruiting Battles between UF & FSU

With the Florida and Florida State set to add a new chapter to their rivalry this Saturday, GatorBait.net takes a look several of the recruiting battles the two teams are in for this 2016 cycle. A win on the field, might be enough to sway the decision of some of these elite recruits.

Janarius Robinson DE Panama City (Fla.) Bay: The 6-foot-5, 260-pound Robinson is currently committed to the Seminoles. However, Robinson is still shopping around and the Gators are very much in the mix to land a flip. The U.S. Army All-American plans to visit his second Florida game of the fall this weekend on an unofficial visit. Robinson has taken official visits to Alabama and Florida State already, with plans to use an official visit to Florida at a later date.

Nate Craig-Myers WR Tampa (Fla.) Catholic: Once the 6-foot-2, 205-pound Craig-Myers backed off his Auburn pledge in May, many considered him a heavy Florida State lean. However, Florida has been surging since August and considered to have the edge for the talented in-state receiver. Florida State is still in the mix, but Craig-Myers will visit Gainesville yet again over the weekend.

Shavar Manuel DT Bradenton (Fla.) IMG Academy: Back in February, many felt the 6-foot-4, 305-pound Manuel gave a silent commitment to Florida State, or at the very least had the Seminoles with a huge lead in his recruitment. Florida continued to get him on campus over the months and passed the Seminoles on Manuel’s list by late July. Florida and LSU are considered to be in better shape to land Manuel at this time than Florida State.

Brian Burns DE Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage: Florida State has long been in the hunt for the 6-foot-5, 215-pound Burns. However, Georgia took the lead for Burns this summer. Florida has surged in this recruitment over the course of the fall, and are now considered a real threat to land his pledge. The Seminoles got an unofficial visit earlier this fall and still remain in the picture for Burns.

Keith Gavin WR Crawfordville (Fla.) Wakulla: The former Florida State commit looked to be ready to flip to Alabama, but the 6-foot-3, 211-pound prospect has been in communication with Florida in recent weeks. It still seems like a long shot for the Gators as the Seminoles and Crimson Tide duke it out at the top.

Feleipe Franks QB Crawfordville (Fla.) Wakulla: The former LSU commit looks destined to pick Florida on his next pledge. Florida State did host him for an unofficial visit earlier this fall, and might be in the market for a second quarterback. Despite his close local to Tallahassee, most expect him to head to Gainesville for his college ball.
 1 year ago '13        #4014
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VIP Scoop: FSU dropping in on commit

New Orleans (La.) Holy Cross four-star cornerback Kyle Meyers expects a visit from Florida State area recruiter Randy Sanders on Monday.

Meyers expects defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Charles Kelly to visit next week.

Meyers has yet to schedule his official visit to FSU, but that could be set as early as today.

LSU and Ole Miss continue to pursue the 6-foot, 170-pound defensive back, but he contends he is solid to the Seminoles.
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VIP Scoop: FSU to watch WR target in action

Florida State is set to watch one of their two top wide receiver targets on Friday during a state semifinal game as Wakulla hosts Clay.

Wide receivers coach Lawrence Dawsey, and potentially more members of the FSU coaching staff, will be in Wakulla to check on four-star wide receiver Keith Gavin.

Gavin, a former FSU commitment, is considering the Seminoles as well as Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
 1 year ago '13        #4016
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VIP Scoop: FSU drops in on in-state defensive back

Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett made his way to one of his recruiting areas on Monday to check on Kissimmee (Fla.) Osceola to check on three-star cornerback Carlos Becker.

FSU has recently renewed their interest in Becker. FSU originally offered Becker in February and he visited just a few days later. The two parties went different directions for several months until recently when FSU began pursuing Becker again. He attended a game at Doak Campbell in the past month too.

Becker has already taken official visits to N.C. State and Wisconsin. Many believe the Wolfpack are a favorite at this time. Kentucky and Ole Miss, as well as FSU, could receive his final three official visits.

The 6-foot-2, 180-pound defensive back and his Osceola team remain involved in the FHSAA State Playoffs.

Becker is ranked by the 247Sports.com Composite as the No. 40 cornerback in the nation. He could play cornerback or safety at the next level.
 1 year ago '13        #4017
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VIP Scoop: FSU checks in on new LB target

Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett continues to make his way around one of his primary recruiting areas on Monday. He dropped in on Orlando (Fla.) Oak Ridge to check on three-star outside linebacker Jonathan Jones.

According to the 6-foot, 225-pound linebacker, both parties are interested in one another.

"There's a interest on both sides," Jones told Noles247.com.

Jones also claims an offer from the Seminoles.

He is widely considered a lean to Michigan, who claims 78% of predictions on his 247Sports.com Crystal Ball. Notre Dame is probably the top competition to the Wolverines at this time. Several others are also in the mix.

As for visit plans to see FSU, Jones wasn't sure if that would occur at this time.

Jones is ranked as the No. 31 outside linebacker by the 247Sports.com Composite.
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VIP Scoop: Brewster drops in on LB pledge

Florida State recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach Tim Brewster made his way to South Florida on Monday. One of his first stops was to Miami (Fla.) Norland to check on three-star outside linebacker commitment Emmett Rice.

Rice is a solid commitment to the Seminoles. He has already taken his official visit to Tallahassee. He also took an official visit to West Virginia. At this time, no other trips are planned.

Rice is ranked as the No. 26 outside linebacker in the nation by the 247Sports.com Composite.
 1 year ago '13        #4019
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VIP Scoop: Kelly & Brewster in-home with Miami DB

Florida State defensive coordinator Charles Kelly and tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator Tim Brewster were in South Florida on Monday night. Kelly and Brewster had an inhome visit with Miami (Fla.) Central four-star defensive back Jamel Cook and his family.

Even though Cook considers himself a “solid” commitment to FSU, he’s still being heavily recruited by Auburn and Miami. Cook is scheduled to officially visit Miami on December 11th. He took an official visit to Auburn on October 31st and will likely visit FSU in January.

Cook is No.10 ranked ATH in the country and the 135th best player overall, according to the 247Sports Composite Rankings.
 1 year ago '13        #4020
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VIP Scoop: Official set after in-home visit

New Orleans (La.) Holy Cross four-star cornerback Kyle Meyers, a Florida State commitment, hosted FSU quarterbacks coach and co-offensive coordinator Randy Sanders, his area recruiter, for an in-home visit on Monday evening.

Meyers said 'home visit was great'.

During the visit, Meyers set his in-home visit with the Seminoles. Meyers will come in the weekend of January 15th.

Despite interest from LSU and Ole Miss, Meyers is considered a solid pledge to the Seminoles.
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