Marlon Gonzalez (Cape Coral, Fla./Island Coast) wasn't exactly flying high on Seminoles fans' radars coming into the first session of the Jimbo Fisher Camp in June. Now that they know who the 6-foot-4, 255-pound defensive end is, they certainly understand why he was taken by the Florida State coaches.
about 240 days ago | Corey Dowlar | NCF On The Trail
It is pretty clear college football guru Phil Steele things Florida State is mighty talented, considering he has the Noles sitting at No. 3 in his preseason rankings. Here is a glimpse at how talented he thinks this team is headed into 2013: He has Florida State ranked among his Top 15 teams in the nation at: running back , receiver and defensive line .
about 273 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
Throughout the summer, Nole Nation will be counting down the 40 players we're projecting to make the biggest impact on the Seminoles' 2013 season, taking into consideration everything from experience to potential to their spot on the current depth chart.
about 277 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- It's Rankings Week at NoleNation, and each day we'll be counting down the top teams, players and matchups of the 2013 season. Next up, a look at FSU's top 10 freshmen likely to make a major impact.
about 281 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State's efforts to continue building a relationship with one of the top running backs in the state of Alabama, Kerryon Johnson (Madison, Ala./Madison Academy), continued over the weekend.
about 332 days ago | Corey Dowlar | Alabama Crimson Tide
Tennessee has options One of the Volunteers' most pressing needs for the 2012 class is at tailback because leading rusher Tauren Poole just completed his senior season and no other back on the Vols roster has shown he's ready to be Tennessee's go-to ball carrier.
about 823 days ago | Dave Hooker | On The Trail: East Region
Georgia, Florida, Notre Dame, Clemson and South Carolina Those are the schools -- his final five -- that Keith Marshall will be watching closely on Saturday. He'll take official visits to Clemson and South Carolina later this month.