Florida State Seminoles: Norvell Youth Camps Kick Off


Four-star 2022 prospect Derrick Brown, a 6’4,210 pound defensive end from Texas with offers like Arizona State, Arkansas, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Penn State, TCU, Texas Longhorns, Texas A&M and Texas Tech was donated by Florida State yesterday.

Lake Brantley mid-2023 linebacker Michael Harris also landed an offer from Florida State:

FSU running back Jashaun Corbin and linebacker Amari Gainer, two of many current Seminoles putting pressure all over the field on Marshall’s offensive lineman Cain Madden:

We discussed Madden’s potential to join on board – and what kind of prospect he could be – in our FSU recruitment thread. Here is an interesting piece of information brought up by reader RobbSeminole:

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Mike Norvell and his group of traveling coaches launch one of the final stretches of the Florida State Football Program’s traveling youth camps, starting today in Fort Myers, heading to Tampa and then Lakeland . The camps are free for all children from grades 2 to 8:

Thursday, May 20

  • Buckingham Park (9800 Buckingham Rd., Fort Myers)
  • 5.30 p.m. – Registration begins
  • 6.30 p.m.-8 p.m. – Youth clinic

Friday May 21

  • Tampa Bay Sportsplex Tournament (9330 East Columbus Dr., Tampa)
  • 5.30 p.m. – Registration begins
  • 6.30 p.m.-8 p.m. – Youth clinic

saturday 22 may

  • Parker Park Soccer Complex (910 Granada Street, Lakeland)
  • 9:30 a.m. – Registration begins
  • 10:30 am-12pm – Youth clinic

The FSU is starting to roll out more graphics focused on its APEX NIL program as the July 1 date draws closer:

Technically not football, buuuuut:


New Florida State transfer Cam’ron Fletcher taking advantage of the capital:

soft ball

Florida State softball will be operating at full capacity as it hosts the Tallahassee Regional as part of the NCAA tournament, in light of the NCAA’s announcement that the Spring Championships could return to 100%. You can read a brief overview of regional and FSU seeding by our Prince Akeem Joeffer here.

All the sports

Florida State’s top-ranked men’s golf team won its first-ever NCAA Regional Championship on Wednesday, dominating the competition en route to the NCAA Championship Final.

The No. 7 seeded FSU women’s tennis team lost their NCAA quarterfinal game 4-0 to No. 2 Texas, ending the team’s run.

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