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    Tuesday, February 28, 2006

    Standout Cornerback Offered Scholarship

    Florida State coaches are off to a fast start by offering several top prospects, including a standout cornerback from Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary Prep school. “Florida State Coach John Lilly offered me last week,” Dionte Allen said. “We talk regularly and I’m supposed to talk with Coach Bobby Bowden next week. Florida State has always been my dream school.”

    Dionte Allen is one of the top defensive back prospects in the nation. Allen has been on the varsity since his fresman year. He was named all-state in 2005

    Coach's Comments - "Dionte is a prospect that's being recruited by all the major programs around the country. He has great hips, he's extremely quick in and out of his breaks and most importantly, Dionte is a great leader." -- George Porritt

    Sunday, February 26, 2006

    FSU 2005 Award Winners- Part 5

    Defensive Warrior - Kamerion Wimbley

    Senior Year (2005): One of the top defensive ends in the country...recorded two sacks in three different games in 2005 (Miami, Syracuse and Virginia)...ranked second on the team in sacks with 7.5...missed the Clemson, Florida and Virginia Tech games with a knee injury he suffered in the NC State the time of his injury, he was tied for first in the conference in sacks...had 11.0 tackles for loss on the season which ranked second on the team behind only Brodrick Bunkley...led the team in quarterback hurries with 17...was named second team all-ACC...recorded a season-high five tackles and two sacks against Miami...set career-highs in season sacks and tackles for loss...started all 10 games that he played in...returned to the starting lineup for the Orange Bowl against Penn State...Played in 49 of 52 career games...earned the Hinesman Award from the coaching staff as the most dominating player during spring practice in 2005.

    Friday, February 24, 2006

    FSU to Hold Junior Day

    Holding a "Junior Day" where recruits come by for an organized visit has been a mainstay at several schools the past few years. However, that hasn't been the case at Florida State. To keep up with the changing times the 'Noles will finally hold a Junior Day this year.

    Thursday, February 23, 2006

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 7

    Damon McDaniel
    6-0, 192, Wide Receiver
    Virginia Beach, VA (Landstown HS)

    One of the top prep receivers in the country, regarded by as a four-star player and No. 2 overall high school prospect in the state of Virginia...rated as the No. 6 wide receiver in the nation and the No. 69-ranked overall player in the Rivals100 for 2006...named to the 2006 PrepStar100 and ranked as the No. 6 wide receiver prospect...a four-star player according to his senior season with 80 catches for 1,700 yards and 24 touchdowns and was named to the All-Eastern Region Offense...ranked as the 35th overall prospect and the No. 3 wide receiver on The ESPN 150 for 2006...a preseason All-American selection by PrepStar Magazine prior to his senior campaign after catching 68 passes for 1,106 yards and 15 touchdowns and carrying 26 times for 238 yards and five touchdowns as a junior in 2004...chose Florida State over Florida, LSU, Miami, Ohio State and Virginia Tech.

    Ryan McMahon
    6-3, 280, Defensive Line
    Rome, GA (Darlington Prep)

    A three-star prospect by as the No. 30 defensive tackle in nation according to 29th on's preseason Georgia Top 75 list for 2006...recorded 40 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and five sacks as a senior...listed as the No. 42 defensive tackle in the nation by played offensive guard for Darlington, leading them to an 8-2 record and a playoff birth in 2005...named a PrepStar Magazine All-Region region player prior to the 2005 season after an impressive junior campaign that saw him compile 48 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, five sacks, three forced fumbles and two blocked punts...chose Florida State over Florida, Auburn and Kentucky.

    Tuesday, February 21, 2006

    FSU 2005 Award Winners- Part 4

    Most Improved Players: Defense

    J.R. Bryant

    Sophomore Year (2005): Played in all 13 games in 2005, starting the final six in place of injured senior Gerard Ross...recorded a season-high two pass break-ups in the ACC Championship against Virginia Tech...sure tackler who tied for 10th on the team in total tackles with 35, second among cornerbacks...registered a season-high in tackles with six in games against Maryland and Virginia Tech...had two solo stops vs. Penn State in the Orange Bowl.

    Alex Boston

    Sophomore Year (2005): Saw extensive playing time with injuries at defensive end...appeared in all 13 games, starting seven of the final nine games...finished third behind starters Kamerion Wimbley and Darrell Burston in tackles for loss among defensive ends with 4.5...recorded a TFL in four of the team's last five games, including a season-high two at Florida...totaled 18 tackles on the year and had a season-high four against Penn State in the Orange Bowl...had three stops in games against Maryland, NC State, and Florida...was named the defense's King of the Boards by the coaching staff at the conclusion of spring practice...was also recognized as the most improved defensive end in the spring.

    Sunday, February 19, 2006

    FSU 2005 Award Winners- Part 3

    Most Improved Player:Offense-David Overmyer
    High School:Parkview
    Height / Weight:6-5 / 299|Position:OT

    Sophomore Year (2005): One of the only mainstays on an offensive line riddled with injuries throughout the season...started all 13 games at the right tackle spot...has started 14 consecutive games dating back to his first career start in last year's Gator Bowl against West Virginia...given credit for helping keep a talented Virginia Tech defensive line in check during the 2005 ACC Championship a jump on learning the philosophy of new offensive line coach Mark McHale during the spring...played both left and right tackle in spring practice...named the most dependable offensive linemen during spring practice in 2005 by the coaching staff.

    Saturday, February 18, 2006

    FSU Tailback to Transfer

    Florida State confirmed on Friday that reserve running back Lamar Lewis wants to transfer. Executive head coach Kevin Steele said Lewis is no longer participating in the offseason football program. "He has informed coach (Bobby Bowden) he plans to transfer," Steele said.

    Friday, February 17, 2006

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 6

    Ochuko Jenije
    5-10, 177, Cornerback
    Tallahassee, FL (North Florida Christian)

    Local speedster brings coverage skills and playmaking ability to the defensive backfield...rated as a four-star player and the No. 11 cornerback in the nation by 3rd rated cornerback in the state and the No. 15 overall prospect in the state on's Postseason Florida Top 100 for 2006...received three out of a possible three stars from PrepStar Magazine and was named the No. 12 overall defensive back in the magazine's annual PrepStar 100...named first-team All-State for Class 1A by the Florida Sports Writers Association after his senior campaign...recorded 40 tackles, three interceptions and nine bass break-ups on defense and had 25 catches for 375 yards and seven touchdowns on offense as a junior for NFC earning All-Little Big Bend honors...clocked a 4.39 in the 40-yard dash at last May's Tallahassee Nike Camp, third best among more than 300 participants...chose Florida State over Alabama, Arkansas, Clemson and NC State.

    Anthony Leon
    6-4, 215, Safety
    Miami, FL (Gulliver Prep)

    A four-star player by and the No. 10 ranked safety in the nation...rated as the No. 2 safety in the state of Florida by four-star player by and the No. 11 safety in the country...received first-team All-State honors for Class 2A in 2005 as voted on by the Florida Sports Writers Association...joined Gulliver teammate and fellow Florida State signee Evan Bellamy when he was named first-team All-Dade County by the Miami Herald...named the No. 10 overall recruit in the state of Florida by the Miami Herald in their state Top 25...finished his senior season with 64 tackles and four interceptions on defense while scoring four touchdowns on offense from the wide receiver position...chose Florida State over Miami, Florida and Georgia.

    Thursday, February 16, 2006

    Face Time Critical For A.J. Nicholson

    Former Florida State linebacker A.J. Nicholson has a big chance at next week's combine in Indianapolis to impress the NFL.Make no mistake, the meet-and-greets are critical for him.

    Maybe even more so than his 40 time.Nicholson, the Seminoles' leading tackler as a junior and senior, was sent home a day after arriving in South Florida for the Orange Bowl for a violation of an unspecified team rule and amid a sexual assault allegation. Seven weeks later, Hollywood police continue to investigate. No charges have been filed, and the state attorney's office in Broward County is not yet formally involved.

    "There's a ton of footage for NFL people to evaluate, but the opportunity he missed was to be in front of NFL decisionmakers and coaches so they could look him in the eye and ask him what went on and get a better feel for him as a person," said Gary Wichard, Nicholson's agent. "He's going to get another bite at the apple."

    Wednesday, February 15, 2006

    Ron Dugans Hired As Grad Assistant

    Ron Dugans, a wide receiver for the Florida State football team from 1995-99, has been hired by his alma mater as the graduate assistant coach for the offense. After five years in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals and Houston Texans, Dugans, spent last year as a G.A. with FSU's strength and conditioning staff. He played on Florida State' 1999 national championship team where he was the starting receiver opposite Peter Warrick.

    "We are excited to bring Ron Dugans on as a full-time graduate assistant coach," said offensive coordinator Jeff Bowden. "He's very familiar with our program, our system and our standards. He will work primarily with the wide receivers and help out in recruiting locally. He played in three national championship games and then got some great experience in the NFL so we feel like he is a perfect fit."

    Tuesday, February 14, 2006

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 5

    Matt Hardrick
    6-5, 340, Offensive Line
    Winter Park, FL (Edgewater HS/Hargrave Military Academy)

    Originally part of Florida State's 2005 signing class, he will officially join the team for the 2006 season after a year at Hargrave Military Academy... a four-star prospect by, rated as the No. 9 overall prospect on's Prep School Top 50 for 2006...the No. 5 offensive tackle in the nation as a high school senior in 2005 according to as a four-star prospect by high school football at Edgewater HS in Orlando and is a former teammate of current Seminole Aaron Jones...part of a 2004 Edgewater team that finished with a 12-2 record and a trip to the state championship game...chose Florida State over Florida, Miami and Oklahoma.

    Seddrick Holloway
    5-10, 245, Fullback
    Tallahassee, FL (Lincoln HS)

    A three-star prospect and 14th ranked fullback in the nation by to's Florida Postseason Top 100 list after representing Team Florida in the annual CaliFlorida Bowl...a four-year starter and first-team All-Big Bend selection who gained 1,786 yards and scored 17 touchdowns during his career despite splitting time between fullback, linebacker and defensive tackle...his signing will mark the sixth consecutive year that Florida State has signed a player from Lincoln...runs a reported 4.7 in the 40-yard dash...chose Florida State over Kansas State, Kentucky and Michigan State.

    Brooks Wins MVP Award

    Former Seminole Derrick Brooks returned an interception 59 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter as the NFC posted a 23-17 victory over the AFC in a mistaken-ridden Pro Bowl. In a game where the rules limit what defenses could do, the Pro Bowl had become an annual shootout with 360 points scored in the last five contests. However, this one featured some defense with a bevy of mistakes. The teams combined for 10 turnovers and nine fumbles - both Pro Bowl records. Brooks, the defensive leader for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was named the game's MVP. He returned an interception of a pass by Kansas City's Trent Green with 5:01 left in the third quarter to snap a 10-10 tie.

    Sunday, February 12, 2006

    OL Visits FSU

    Florida State would love to sign additional big-time offensive line for the Class of 2006 and from what we hear a five-star standout,Clifton Geathers, from Georgetown (SC) Carver’s Bay is on the campus of Florida State this weekend.

    Bowden to Receive Award

    EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Florida State coach Bobby Bowden and former University of Michigan athletic director Donald Canham will be honored as recipients of the Duffy Daugherty Memorial Awards for 2006.

    The Daugherty award was first presented in 1992 and honors the memory of the winningest Michigan State football coach. It is given for lifetime achievement and outstanding contributions to amateur football.

    Friday, February 10, 2006

    FSU 2005 Award Winners- Part 2

    The 2005 Florida State football team celebrated their ACC Championship season at the end of the year dinner, held Saturday, January 28th.

    Newcomer(s)of the Year Offense:Drew Weatherford

    Freshman Year (2005): Redshirt freshman who started all 13 games for the Seminoles at quarterback...led all freshmen quarterbacks nationally in passing yardage (3,208) and passing touchdowns (18)...passed NC State's Philip Rivers as the top freshmen passer in ACC history with his 258-yard performance in the Orange Bowl vs. Penn State...completed a career-high 35 passes in the Virginia game which ranks sixth in the FSU all-time single game completion list...his 3,208 yards currently ranks as the third best passing yardage season at FSU...threw for 300 yards three different time this season...has accounted for 21 Seminole touchdowns (18 passing and three rushing)...named second team freshman All-American...named to The Sporting News freshman All-American second team as well as first team freshman All-ACC...was named ACC Freshman of the Year by The Sporting News...named ACC Rookie of the Week twice...leads the ACC in total offense (244.6) and passing yards per game (246.8)...shared the most improved quarterback award with Xavier Lee following spring practice in 2005 as voted on by the Seminole coaching staff.

    2004: A medical redshirt season after playing in one game and injuring his ankle against North Carolina...sprained his right ankle on a bootleg run to his left on his first collegiate play on the final play of the third quarter against the Tar Heels...did not play for the remainder of the season and was medically disqualified for the season...worked as the Seminoles' second string quarterback after an injury to Chris Rix moved Wyatt Sexton into the starters role entering the North Carolina game...Rix had been injured against Clemson.

    High School: Graduated from Land O' Lakes High School in 2004...a four-star player and the No. 6 rated pro-style quarterback in the country by 2 quarterback on the Tallahassee Democrat Sunshine a junior he earned all-state first-team honors after completing 151 of 215 passes (.702 percent) for 2,494 yards, 37 touchdowns and only two interceptions...was the Pasco County Player of the Year by the Tampa Tribune ...completed 172 of 341 passes (.504 percent) for 2,639 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior...led his team to a 12-1 record as a senior...also rushed for 470 yards and 10 touchdowns...played safety as well and had 120 tackles and eight interceptions as his team finished 8-5...was named Florida's 4A Player of the Year as well as the 2003 All-Suncoast Player of the Year by the St. Petersburg Times...was one of the QBs for Team Florida in the California-Florida Bowl played on Jan. 2, 2004.

    Personal: Born June 22, 1985...major is business...has been timed at 4.70 in the 40...grandfather played football at one of nine children.

    Newcomer(s)of the Year Offense:Greg Carr

    Freshman Year (2005): True freshman who has enjoyed a spectacular rookie season with the Seminoles, scoring the most touchdowns (nine) by a first year player since Warrick Dunn scored 10 times in the 1993 season...tied former Virginia tight end Heath Miller for the most touchdown receptions by a freshman in ACC All-ACC second team selection...led the conference in touchdown receptions and was voted second-team All-ACC...named third-team freshman All-American and first team freshman All-ACC by The Sporting News...led all FSU receivers in average per catch with 20.6, was second on the team in receiving yards (618) and yards per game (51.5), and was fifth in receptions (30)...had a season-high 129 yards receiving against Wake Forest...had a season-high three touchdown catches at Duke.

    High School: Originally signed with Florida State in 2004 but did not enroll until January of this of three players to enroll early (Emmanuel Dunbar and Anthony Kelly)...rated a four-star player by as a senior at North Marion High School and the No. 21 rated wide receiver in the nation...earned first team all-state honors in Class 3A as a junior and senior...recorded 42 catches for 1,142 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior...a two-sport athlete who also played basketball at North Marion and earned first team 3A all-state honors on the basketball court as well during his senior year...worked out with the FSU basketball team in the spring of 6-6, he is believed to be one of the tallest receivers to play at Florida State.

    Thursday, February 09, 2006

    FSU Contacts NCAA Re Bush Message

    Florida State has contacted the NCAA about a possible secondary violation involving Gov. Jeb Bush, university President T.K. Wetherell and recruit Myron Rolle.

    Bush sent a text message to Wetherell in August that was shown to Rolle. It read: "I'm excited you're looking at Florida State. T.K. Wetherell and I are friends. When you come to Tallahassee again, let's hook up with each other."

    The message could be deemed a secondary violation if the NCAA determines that Bush was acting as a representative of the school. Bob Minnix, FSU's associate athletic director for compliance, is preparing a written report to send to the NCAA.

    "We're in the process of researching all the cases that might be similar to this, if there's any," Minnix said.

    Wednesday, February 08, 2006

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 4

    Tyler Graves
    6-6, 272, Offensive Line
    Sumrall, MS (Sumrall HS)

    A three-star player and No.1-ranked guard prospect in the state of Mississippi...rated as a two-star recruit by PrepStar Magazine preseason All-Region selection in 2005 after an outstanding junior season that saw him win his district's Most Valuable Player award...racked up an impressive 103 pancakes as a senior for Sumrall and never graded out below 85 percent in any of the team's nine games...named to the Clarion-Ledger's Top 40, a list of the top 40 recruits in Mississippi for 2006...chose Florida State over Mississippi State and Southern Mississippi.

    Paul Griffin
    6-1, 287, Defensive Line
    Pensacola, FL (Pensacola HS/Butler County CC)

    One of three junior college players in the 2006 signing class for the Seminoles...a four-star player by, ranked as the No. 2 defensive tackle in the nation among junior college players...ranked 13th on the Junior College Top 100 for 2006...finished his sophomore season at Butler County with 45 tackles, four sacks, three forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries... was a member of NJCAA's 2005 All-Region first-team and was also named first-team All-Conference by the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference... named a 2005 NJCAA preseason All-American after posting 53 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, two sacks, and three fumble recoveries as a freshman...a teammate of fellow Florida State signee Toddrick Verdell on a Butler team that finished with a record of 9-2, ranked No. 10 in the nation...chose Florida State over USC and Auburn.

    Tuesday, February 07, 2006

    FSU 2005 Award Winners- Part 1

    The 2005 Florida State football team celebrated their ACC Championship season at the end of the year dinner, held Saturday, January 28th. Here is first in a series of 2005 winners:

    Newcomer of the Year ( Defense )- Tony Carter

    Freshman Year (2005): A speedy redshirt freshman who stepped into the starting lineup when All-American Antonio Cromartie was injured in the preseason...started all 13 games for the Seminoles...led the team in pass break-ups with 12...eighth on the team in tackles with 41 including four tackles for loss...was named Sporting News Freshman All-American second team...was named first team ACC All-Freshman by Sporting News...had a career-high seven tackles in his first collegiate game against Miami...totaled six tackles and had the only interception by an FSU cornerback in the Orange Bowl against Penn State.

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 3

    Brandon Davis
    6-2, 290, Offensive Line
    Miami, FL (South Miami HS)

    A three-star prospect according to as the No. 83 overall prospect on's Postseason Florida Top 100 for 2006...member of the Miami Herald's All-Dade County first-team for Class 4A-6A...led the way for the top-ranked rush offense in Dade County...named first-team All-State for Class 6A by the Florida Sports Writers Association after his senior season...represented Team Florida in the CaliFlorida Bowl in Anaheim, CA...named to's Florida Hot 11 list after an impressive performance in the CaliFlorida Bowl all-star game and practices...chose Florida State over Auburn and Kentucky.

    Matt Dunham
    6-2, 255, Athlete
    Columbus, GA (Pacelli HS)

    Originally a member of Florida State's 2005 signing class, he enrolled in January 2006 and will join the team for spring practice...a four-star player and No. 1 ranked athlete on's Georgia Postseason Top 40 for 2005...finished his senior season rated as the No. 14 athlete in the country according to to the annual Georgia Super 11 by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, which ranks the top 11 high school prospects in the state...also regarded as a four-star player and 17th best linebacker in the nation by for over 1,800 yards and scored 29 touchdowns on offense and recorded 111 tackles on defense as a senior at mark of 111 touchdowns broke a Georgia state record previously held by Herschel Walker...chose Florida State over Auburn, Florida and Georgia Tech.

    Saturday, February 04, 2006

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 2

    Shannon Boatman
    6-7, 320, Offensive Line
    Beaumont, TX (West Brook HS/Tyler JC)

    Massive tackle who earned first-team All-American honors as a sophomore at Tyler Junior College...a four-star player by No. 17 junior college prospect in the nation and No. 4 ranked offensive lineman according to first-team All-Conference both seasons in junior college...part of an offense that averaged close to 24 points a game in 2005...enrolled in January and will compete for a starting position in spring practice...chose Florida State over LSU, Nebraska, South Carolina and Texas Tech.

    Brent Brewer
    6-2, 187, Wide Receiver
    Tyrone, GA (Sandy Creek HS)

    Impressive athlete who will play football and baseball at Florida State...rated as a three-star prospect and the No. 36 overall wide receiver in the nation by ranked as the No. 23 player on's Postseason Georgia Top 50 for 2006...named to the 2005 Georgia Coaches Association South All-Star Team...earned honorable mention All-State honors for Class 4A after recording 35 catches and eight touchdowns as a junior...a shortstop and outfielder in baseball, he is also listed as the No. 57 overall prospect on the 2006 Team One Baseball Top-100 HS preseason list among seniors...ran a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash at the Athens Nike Camp, the fourth best time among all prospects in attendance...attended the same high school as current Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson...chose Florida State over Georgia, Louisville and Mississippi State.

    Friday, February 03, 2006

    Q & A With Recruiting Coordinator John Lilly

    Question: How will you count the players who are already enrolled at FSU?

    Lilly: "We can count them either way."

    Question: What about tight ends. You obviously needed help there?

    Lilly: "We feel like the two (Caz Piurowski and Brandon Warren) we have at tight end are two of the best in America. I think they are a little bit different type players. Caz being 6-7, 6-8 is a tall guy and a bit different than what we've had around here in a while, and with a lot of catches and a lot of athletic ability. Then Brandon Warren, with him you have a guy who has unbelievable athleticism and will probably see a few snaps at defensive end in passing situations as well.

    Question: How well did you meet the needs on both sides of the ball?

    Lilly: We felt great at every position but offensive line.

    Question: You were able to turn some players who were already committed to other schools.

    Lilly: "There were areas of needs and guys always want the ability to play. And if they see a great opportunity to play there is going to be interest there.

    Question: It seemed this year there were a lot more waiting to make their decision.

    Lilly: "I wish I had a solution to that. So much of it has to do with the amount of information guys have. There's the old joke in recruiting that recruiting doesn't start until somebody commits. ... I worry that's the direction it is going in."

    Question: What about C.J. Spiller going to Clemson. Did you have a conversation with him?

    Lilly: "A lot of people said they were shocked. I can't say I was shocked. Clemson is a good school and program. I'm sure he had good reasons for the decision he made."

    Thursday, February 02, 2006

    Recruiting Rankings for FSU lists FSU at #12 regarding recruiting and lists FSU at #3. I am inclined to go with the ratings in that it looks at a number of variables such as meeting needs. FSU did not meet its offensive line needs which had been crucial.

    Profiles of FSU Signees -2006 Part 1

    Mister Alexander
    6-2, 183, Athlete
    Aldine, TX (Eisenhower)

    The No. 38-ranked safety in the nation according to three-star player and No. 43 overall recruit in the Postseason Texas Top 100 for 2006...despite missing time with an injury in 2005, he amassed 137 tackles (65 solo) over the course of two seasons for Eisenhower...regarded as a three-star prospect and the No. 43-ranked safety nationally by preseason All-Region selection by PrepStar magazine prior to the 2005 season...chose Florida State over Arizona State, Arkansas and Washington State.

    Marcus Ball
    6-0, 204, Athlete
    Stone Mountain, GA (Stephenson HS)

    A four-star player and the No. 3 outside linebacker in the nation overall according to No. 37 overall prospect in the Rivals100 for 2006 and ranked as the No. 3 player in the state on the Postseason Georgia Top 50 list...rated by as the No. 1 player in the state of Georgia prior to the 2005 season after recording 136 tackles and eight sacks as a junior in 2004...named a second-team EA Sports All-American...chosen as a Parade All-American and participated in the 2006 U.S. Army All-American game...the No. 18 overall recruit on The ESPN 150...rated as the No. 4 linebacker in the nation in the PrepStar100 and was listed as the No. 11 overall prospect on PrepStar Magazine's Top 100 Dream Team...a first-team All-State selection by the Georgia Sports Writers Association who also named him Class 5A Defensive Player of the Year after he recorded 150 tackles and three interceptions as a senior for Stephenson...a remarkable athlete, he ran a 4.49 in the 40-yard dash and notched a vertical leap of 33 inches in the Atlanta Nike Camp last May...chose Florida State over Florida, Miami and Virginia Tech.

    Wednesday, February 01, 2006

    Sims Commits to Noles

    Marcus Sims,linebacker, signs with the Noles.

    Patrick Robinson Switches and Commits to FSU

    Patrick Robinson, corner back, switched his committment from the Gators and signed with FSU today.

    C.J. Spiller To Clemson

    Running back and heavily recruited C.J. Spiller committed to Clemson.

    Signing Day Is Here- Feb.1

    Signing day is here for college recruits. Check back often and click on Signing Day List under links to see who signed for the Noles.