Well, they go to:
Four-star junior college offensive lineman Desmond Bland is one of the nation’s top JUCO OL prospects and his commitment to Nebraska isn’t keeping him from officially visiting Florida State.
Arizona Western College four-star offensive guard Desmond Bland has informed Noles247 that he will take an official visit to Florida State on Dec. 7. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound big man is currently committed to Nebraska.
Bland is on pace to graduate in December and enroll in school in January. He has two years to play two and will sign during the early signing period. Bland says he does not have any other visits scheduled besides FSU.
Four-star safety target Raymond Woodie III is signing in December:
Really signing December 19th time flew by
— 1️⃣Way Ray (@Raymoney333) November 25, 2018
The majority of #Tribe19 commitments are locked into getting to FSU and turning it around.
Jaiden Woodbey is doing his part; he’s giving his jersey number to top-100 safety commit Nick Cross:
Im giving nick #20 for those who are asking
— ⚡️THOR ⚡️ (@JaidenWoodbey) November 25, 2018
Two of FSU’s best commitments, Four-star QB Sam Howell & four-star DB Travis Jay had state playoff games this weekend.
Sam Howell and Sun Valley were knocked out of the playoffs, 22-14. Howell had 60 yards passing with one touchdown pass and 161 yards rushing with one touchdown run.
Travis Jay and Madison County won 49-14 over Chiefland. Jay had 82 yards passing with one touchdown pass. 105 yards rushing with one touchdown run. One pass break up and one forced fumble.
Sources have informed Tomahawknation that Sam Howell will be early enrolling at Florida State.
2021 future Five-star Tony Grimes loved his visit to Florida State.
Willie Taggart’s teams overall aren’t as undisciplined as 2018 FSU was.
Who’s staying and who’s going? I think it would be a decent bet to expect a lot of attrition for Florida State this offseason; track it all here.
This type of behavior is unacceptable and it’s good that FSU condemned it from the top down.
Some shoddy three-point shooting and some shoddy officiating resulted in FSU’s first loss of the season.
The most consistent program on campus has done it again; another College Cup for Soccer:
Derwin James continues to build his Defensive Rookie of The Year resume:
Detroit Lions defensive back Quandre Diggs agrees: