NoleNation gives its picks for national signing day. Who ends up where? Matthew Thomas: Without a doubt, the biggest fish left for Florida State. The country's top outside linebacker will likely choose between Alabama, Florida State, Miami and USC.
about 938 days ago | Corey Dowlar | Florida State Seminoles
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. A year ago, there wasn't a lot of mystery looming over spring practice at Florida State. Signing day brought another crop of highly regarded talent, and spring practice storylines included more injuries than marquee position battles.
about 944 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
An ESPN 150 tackle was being counted on as the biggest piece for the Seminoles' offensive line class for this cycle. But those plans might have to change now. On Monday night, Austin Golson (Prattville, Ala.
about 945 days ago | Corey Dowlar | NCF On The Trail
Who is leaving: Florida State is losing three top-flight defensive ends to the NFL draft this season, led by draft-eligible junior Bjoern Werner. Senior Tank Carradine's stock would have been much higher if not for a late knee injury in the regular season finale against Florida.
about 950 days ago | Corey Dowlar | NCF On The Trail
Other than a handful of prospects already pledged to the Rebels, Ole Miss is scheduled to have a pair of top prospects on campus this weekend. Here's a breakdown on the Rebels' chances of landing them.
about 955 days ago | Dave Hooker | NCF On The Trail
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- As signing day approaches, every weekend looms large. It gives the schools a chance to host recruits one last time. The University of Alabama enjoyed a bigger weekend than most as it hosted an impressive group of official visitors that included 10 players ranked in the ESPN 150.
about 959 days ago | Greg Ostendorf | Alabama Crimson Tide