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.
There's still plenty of movement on the Seminoles' depth chart to be made before the games kick off Sept. 1. Here is David Hale's look at 10 camp battles worth watching.
A skydiving accident changed everything for FSU outfielder Stephen Spradling. As the Seminoles press ahead in the NCAA tournament, Spradling is moving forward and inspiring the Noles.
Rashad Greene has shown flashes of his potential as a receiver in FSU's offense. After two up-and-down seasons, he's ready for his production to match.
Jeremy Pruitt's meteoric rise to defensive coordinator at FSU is more a testament to his dedication and tenacity that luck.
Bobby Hart thought he had it made as a freshman starter but attitude and work ethic put him on the bench for a year. He's now making the most of his second chance.
Florida State doesn't have an official starting QB yet, but if Saturday's Garnet and Gold game is any indication, a clear line has been drawn.
Jimbo Fisher will attest that the state of his program is as strong as ever, but as FSU prepares to build off its best season in years, Fisher's new culture will get tested.
Between Clint Trickett's experience and Jameis Winston's hype is Jacob Coker who humbly presses on in the battle to be FSU's new quarterback.
Jameis Winston might not win the Florida State quarterback job this year, but when his time comes, he'll take the lessons learned from EJ Manuel with him.
NoleNation caught up with former Florida State Seminoles quarterback EJ Manuel last week to talk about the process of preparing for the NFL and more.
Clint Trickett might not have Jacob Coker's arm or Jameis Winston's array of skills, but the junior quarterback isn't going to let one of his hyped teammates become Florida State's starting quarterback without a fight.
Kelvin Benjamin has a legend but it doesn't match what he's actually done on the field for Florida State. He's trying to change that.
Seminoles' James Wilder Jr. is showing growth on and off the field. Now he'll have a chance to translate that into an even bigger role at running back.
A year ago, Telvin Smith shared the middle linebacker spot with Vince Williams. Now the job belongs only to Smith, and he wouldn't have it any other way.
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.