BATON ROUGE, La. -- Although 20 of his former LSU teammates also worked out before NFL scouts at Wednesday's pro day, Zach Mettenberger was the story. The former Tigers quarterback seemed a bit displeased by his performance in his first public workout since undergoing surgery to repair the injured ACL and MCL in his left knee in early January.
First prediction I've gotten right all tourney. Jimbo Fisher approves of the new FSU logo, our Jared Shanker writes. Despite Deshaun Watson's injury, Clemson's staff probably doesn't second-guess itself for making its QBs live on Monday, Aaron Brenner writes in the (Charleston) Post and Courier.
about 480 days ago | Matt Fortuna | Florida State Seminoles
The NFL draft combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will be held from Feb. 19-25 and will feature workouts, medical examinations, psychological testing and interviews for the 335 invited prospects.
about 536 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Some are can't-miss prospects, such as Jameis Winston. The Florida State quarterback was ESPN's No. 1 QB in the Class of 2012, won the Heisman Trophy in his first season as the Seminoles' starter and added a national championship to cap his redshirt freshman year.
about 543 days ago | Matt Fortuna | NCF On The Trail
Senior Bowl practices are underway this week, and wouldn't you know it -- scouts have their eyes on the quarterbacks. That means Stephen Morris, Logan Thomas and Tajh Boyd are firmly in the spotlight this week among featured ACC players participating in the college all-star game, a critical first step in evaluations for the NFL draft in May.
about 557 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
Florida State's undefeated season is reflected in the Seminoles' 10 all-conference selections by ESPN.com. Quarterback Jameis Winston was the highlight of the group, along with Boston College running back Andre Williams, who was also a Heisman candidate this year.
about 593 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Heading into this season, the offensive lines at both Florida State and Clemson were two of the biggest question marks in the ACC. The Tigers had to replace three starters up front, and the Seminoles were coming off a Champs Sports Bowl win against Notre Dame in which four true freshmen were in the starting lineup.
about 1046 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles