As Jeremy Pruitt installs his defense at Florida State, the Seminoles' players are watching film of Pruitt's old school, Alabama, and liking what they see.
Back and knee injuries ended two seasons for Chris Thompson, but the running back will make the most of Florida State's pro day.
The NFL draft was once a big recruiting tool for Florida State. Along with the Noles' decline went the draft numbers. Now that FSU is once again producing NFL draft picks, recruits are noticing.
Giving credit to being coached remarkably well at FSU, O-lineman Menelik Watson knew he was ready for the NFL despite his abbreviated, 20-game college career.
The Seminoles have seven impact players who could opt to leave early for the NFL. Who will stay and who will go? David Hale examines the prospects for each.
FSU's Xavier Rhodes, who could be a first-round NFL draft pick in April, doesn't worry nearly as much about preseason awards lists as he does getting full strength back in the knee he injured last year.