Football

Tamorrion Terry broke out in the Garnet and Gold Spring Game, but head coach Willie Taggart has had his eye on the speedy wideout for months.

“He’s one of the first guys that I was able to remember his name because he was making plays every day out in practice,” Taggart told Seminoles.com. Read more about Terry below.

“Nobody can guard him,” said Bailey Hockman, Terry’s quarterback with the Garnet team. “You can put him out there on anybody, and, if I’ve got him 1-on-1, I’m going to take it. He’s a great player.”https://t.co/IiFAPpBwKS

— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) April 18, 2018

In 137 days the Seminoles will host Virginia Tech on a Monday to kick off the 2018 college football season in Tallahassee — the first regular season game of the Taggart era. Read up on the ’Noles next opponent’s quarterback situation, holes at O-line and linebacker and health issues at receiver here.

Curt Weiler and Wayne McGahee III of the Tallahassee Democrat project the FSU depth chart prior to the arrival of summer enrollees. Check out the lineup below.

Recruiting News

Jeremiah Criddell, a four-star cornerback out of Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei High School narrowed his 21 offers down to a top five on Twitter yesterday — Florida State made the cut, along with Taggart’s former school, Oregon. FSU offered Criddell two weeks ago after his unofficial visit. He is the no. 6 player CB in the 2019 class and the no. 12 player in California.

Jaren Mangham, a four-star athlete (RB/OLB) from Detroit (MI) Cass Technical High School released his top 16 schools yesterday. 16 may seem like a lot of schools, but Mangham — the no. 22 athlete and no. 8 player in Michigan — holds 46 offers. Florida State was the

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