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CHAD ABRAM

Career Stats:

9 rec, 73 yds, 3 TD; 13 rush, 54 yds; 41 games, 7 starts

2013: Bulldozing fullback who played one year as a starter...helped FSU tally 2,844 yards rushing at an impressive 5.6 ypc rate with his hard-hitting blocking...Noles had school record 42 rushing touchdowns...had only seven carries for 29 yards (4.1 ypc), but was a threat as a receiver out of the backfield...had nine receptions for 73 yards and had three touchdowns...caught an 11-yard touchdown in the BCS National Championship game to bring the Seminoles within a point of Auburn in the fourth quarter...scored his first career touchdown on a 10-yard grab at Boston College...caught a nine-yard pass against Miami...recorded his second touchdown on a two-yard reception at Wake Forest and added a career-best 16-yard reception in the third quarter...Had two receptions in a game three times...Started career as a safety before moving to fullback in 2011...Started his first career game in the season-opener against Pitt.

2012:Played in 13 games, mainly on special teams, where he made his biggest impact and registered five tackles and a forced fumble...started on three of four phases of special teams serving as an edger on kickoff coverage, one of the back ends on kickoff return excelling as a top blocker and one of the top coverage guys on punt return usually responsible for manning the opponent's best coverage player...carried four times on the season gaining 20 yards...carried a career-high three times for 12 yards in the win at Maryland...had a career-long 8-yard carry against Duke.

2011: Played in 11 games, mainly on special teams, where he made his biggest impact and registered five tackles...started on three of four phases of special teams...serving as an edger on kickoff coverage, one of the back ends on kickoff return excelling as a top blocker and one of the top coverage guys on punt return usually responsible for manning the opponent's best coverage player...made the switch to fullback from safety and carried twice on the season gaining five yards...first career carry came against NC State for two yards and added his second for a career-long of three yards against Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl.

2010: True freshman defensive back who played in 12 games, all on special teams ... registered first career tackle in the season opener against Samford.

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FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

KELVIN BENJAMIN

Career Stats:

84 rec, 1,506 yds, 17.9 avg, 19 TD; 2 rush, 33 yds; 27 games, 14 starts

2013: Proved to be one of the most physically gifted receivers in the nation in his final season...led the ACC with 15 receiving touchdowns and ranked tied for third in the nation...averaged a touchdown every 3.6 catches - second-best mark in the country among wide receivers...scored the game winning touchdown in the VIZIO BCS National Championship on a 2-yard grab with 13 seconds remaining in the game...finished with four receptions for 54 yards versus Auburn at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif...had one of nation's most impressive receiving performances at Florida, dominating the Gators' secondary and setting a new career mark in almost every statistical category by finishing with nine catches for 212 yards and three touchdowns...his 212-yard performance was the best by a receiver in the ACC and the eighth-best total in Seminole history...added five receptions for 119 yards and two touchdowns against Duke in the ACC Championship Game...also had three catches for 61 yards and two touchdowns versus Idaho...in his last four games, Benjamin had 21 receptions for 446 yards (21.2 ypc) and eight touchdowns...tied the FSU single-season touchdown catch record...one of two FSU receivers to reach 1,000 yards receiving...had six catches for 66 yards and one score versus Syracuse...Made his first career start at Pitt in the season opener and started every successive game in 2013...Grabbed his first touchdown on the season against Bethune-Cookman...posted his first career 100-yard game at Boston College with three grabs for 103 yards...caught five balls for two touchdowns against Maryland...selected First Team All-America by SI.com...selected to the All-ACC Second Team by the coaches and All-ACC Third Team by media.

2012: Redshirt freshman receiver who was one of seven FSU receivers with 20 or more catches...ranked fourth on the team with 30 receptions for 495 yards...his four touchdown receptions were second among `Noles to Rashad Greene's six...posted single-season best marks of five receptions (Boston College) and 77 yards (Duke)...his first two career TD receptions - covering 9 and 19 yards - came against Savannah State in a 55-0 victory...longest catch came on a 64-yard pass from quarterback EJ Manuel against No. 10 Clemson...also registered TD receptions against Boston College (6 yards) and Duke (35).

2011: Redshirt season

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SI.com All-America First Team
Coaches All-ACC Second Team
All-ACC Third Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

TERRENCE BROOKS

Career Stats:

127 tkls, 9.5 TFL, 5 INT, 15 PBU, 20 PD, 2 FF; 41 games, 26 starts

2013: Senior who joined with Lamarcus Joyner in key leadership roles on both the defense and the team overall...credited for helping instill a level of maturity that has helped lead FSU into the BCS National Championship Game...had an incredibly high football IQ to go along with his natural ability...reached 50 tackles for the second straight season, good for fifth on the team...came into the season with 1.5 career TFL and added 7.0 to that total this year, the fourth-most on the team...recorded his fourth career interception late in 2nd quarter at Pitt that allowed FSU to score a TD and head into halftime with a 28-10 lead...made five tackles and tied a career high with 2.0 TFLs at Florida...recovered a fumble on the first play of the game at Clemson that ended up in a TD quieting the crowd and setting the stage for FSU's 51-14 win...intercepted a pass on the second play of the game against NC State; finished with two tackles, 1.0 TFL, an INT, a pass break-up and a forced fumble...tied for second on the team with seven tackles at Boston College - including a career-high 2.0 tackles for loss...registered his first career sack and finished with six tackles against Miami...leader on nation's top-rated pass defense (156.6 ypg)...also helped the `Noles lead the nation in scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and interceptions (26), and ranked third in total defense (281.4 ypg)...competed in the Senior Bowl.

2012: Started all 14 games for FSU at free safety...top tackler in the secondary with 52 which ranked fifth on the team...one of six Seminoles who recorded an interception in 2012... set career bests for tackles, tackles for loss, games played, games started and forced fumbles...sixth on the team with four pass break-ups...also forced one fumble...grabbed interceptions against NC State and Northern Illinois, which was his second postseason INT in his career...played two of his most productive games versus FSU's two highest-ranked opponents...set a career high with 12 tackles in the win over then-No. 10 Clemson as he posted double digit tackles for the first time in his career...closed the regular season by recording his second-best tackle total with eight against No. 4 Florida...recorded a tackle in 13 of 14 games and registered a tackle in 12 straight games...first career start came in the season opener and started every game since after spending most of 2011 playing in dime packages.

2011: Backup defensive back who served as FSU's sixth defensive back in its dime package...played in 11 games and tallied 17 tackles, five pass break-ups and one interception...made a career-best three tackles three times in games against Charleston Southern, Duke and Florida...picked the best time for his first career interception when he picked off Notre Dame's Tommy Rees in the end zone to clinch the win for the Noles in the Champs Sports Bowl...earned an academic award at the annual team banquet.

2010: True freshman defensive back who played mostly on special teams...credited with a tackle and pass breakup against Samford and added another tackle against Virginia Tech in the ACC Championship Game.

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CBSSports.com All-America 1st Team
SI.com All-America Honorable Mention
Coaches All-ACC First Team
All-ACC Second Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

DEVONTA FREEMAN

Career Stats:

403 car, 2,255 yds, 5.6 avg, 30 TD; 47 rec, 475 yds, 10.1 avg, 1 TD; 38 games, 25 starts

2013: Headlined Florida State's three-headed running back attack and started all 14 games...Durable back who never missed a game in three years and led by example...quick and powerful back capable of grinding out yards at the line or bouncing outside...First-Team All-ACC performer is tied for second in the conference with 15 total touchdowns...became FSU's first 1,000-yard rusher since Warrick Dunn in 1996 finishing the season with 1,016 rushing...Tied for third in school history with 30 career rushing touchdowns...ranked tied for 8th in FSU history with 2,255 career rushing yards...finished fourth in the ACC in rushing...had scored a touchdown in ten consecutive games...three 100-yard rushing games in 2013, including back-to-back performances against Nevada (9-109) and Bethune-Cookman (10-112)...had 73 rushing yards and a touchdown in the VIZIO BCS National Championship game...the Miami native led the Noles in rushing and receiving and totaled 176 yards (98 receiving and 78 rushing) of total offense and three touchdowns (two rushing and one receiving) against Miami...set or tied career highs in rushes (23), receptions (six), longest catch (48), receiving yards, receiving touchdowns and rushing touchdowns versus the Hurricanes...had a career-long rush of 60 yards against Nevada and matched that rush versus Idaho...tallied 21 rushes for 84 yards against then-No. 3 Clemson in "Death Valley"...ran for two first-half touchdowns and had 92 yards on 12 carries against NC State...had 129 yards on 11 carries versus Idaho...selected All-ACC First Team by coaches and media.

2012: True sophomore tailback who stepped up his production following the season-ending injury to senior Chris Thompson...ranked second among Seminoles with 660 rushing yards and eight rushing touchdowns...became the go-to rusher down the stretch as he led the team in carries in three of the final four games...ran for 70 yards on 10 carries with two touchdowns in the second half of FSU's win at Miami, following Thompson's first half injury...had a pair of 100-yard rushing performances, going for 104 on 12 carries against Duke and a career-high 148 on 16 totes at Maryland, when the `Noles clinched the ACC Atlantic Division title...had two rushing touchdowns in three games (Miami, Duke and Maryland)...his 3-yard TD run against Georgia Tech in the ACC Championship game put the Seminoles out in front to stay...finished with 59 yards on 13 carries against the Yellow Jackets, including a game-high 21-yard jaunt.

2011: True freshman who took over as the team's top tailback when Chris Thompson went down with a broken back in the Wake Forest game...put up the fifth-most rushing yards (579) by a true freshman running backin school history joining the likes of Greg Allen (1981), Roosevelt Snipes (1983), Travis Minor (1997) and Larry Key (1974)...led FSU in rushing attempts (120), yards (579), average per rush (4.8), rushing touchdowns (8) and yards rushing per game (48.2)...ranked sixth on the team in receptions (15) and gained 111 yards receiving...scored a rushing TD in six of the 12 games he played in including two games with multiple rushing TDs...became just the fifth freshman in school history to run for 100 yards in consecutive games (Duke and Maryland) and was the first freshman to post back-to-back 100 rushing yard games since 1988...led the team in rushing in seven of the last nine games of the season...appeared in first career game as a Seminole against ULM and rushed seven times for 25 yards and scored his first collegiate TD on a one-yard run in the third quarter...had 45 yards of offense against CSU...team-best 37 yards rushing on five carries at Wake Forest...totaled 109 rushing yards on 19 carries at Duke, becoming the first Seminole to log 100 yards on the ground in a game in 2011...totaled 100 yards rushing on 11 carries versus Maryland...also scored on a career-long 41-yard run against the Terrapins and on a 10-yard run against the Blue Devils...rushed for a 7-yd TD versus NC State...scored twice versus Boston College (12-yard run and 3-yard run) making it a fourth straight game that he rushed for a touchdown...led FSU with 76 yards rushing versus Miami...ended the regular season with both offensive touchdowns scored in the Seminoles win over Florida in Gainesville...carried 13 times for 48 yards in the win against Notre Dame in the Champs Sports Bowl...earned one of six freshman academic awards for his work in the classroom and voted a Top Newcomer on offense at the team's annual banquet...earned CFN Freshman All-American honorable mention honors.

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All-ACC First Team
Coaches All-ACC First Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

DAN HICKS

Career Stats:

59 tkls, 13 TFL, 3 sacks, 1 INT, 3 PBU, 4 PD, 2 FF; 32 games, 4 starts

2013: Played 14 games, including four starts, primarily at the SAM LB position...set new career highs for a season in tackles (25), TFL (5.5) and interceptions (1.0)...made his first career start at Pitt on Sept. 2...set career marks for tackles (3) and TFLs (2.0) against Maryland...three tackles - including a tackle for loss - at Clemson...registered a career-high five tackles and recorded his first interception against Syracuse...had one tackle - a 13-yard sack - and one pass break-up against Idaho...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and ranked third in total defense (281.4 ypg).

2012: Missed the entire season after sustaining a knee injury during fall camp.

2011: Redshirt sophomore who backed up Brandon Jenkins at right defensive end...a valuable member of FSU's deep defensive line rotation...played in all 13 games for the Seminoles registering 16 tackles...tallied 4.5 tackles for loss on the season...also had a pass break-up to his credit...registered a career-high two tackles for loss against Charleston Southern...twice matched his single-game high with three tackles (Charleston Southern, Clemson)...recognized with one of four community service awards given out at the end of spring practice 2012.

2010: Redshirt freshman who backed up All-American Brandon Jenkins at right end and played well registering 18 tackles (13 solo) in 13 games...contributed three tackles for loss and two sacks...earned first career sack against BYU...posted a career-high three tackles in road win at Miami.

2009: Spent his redshirt season excelling on the practice field, earning Defensive Scout Team Co-MVP honors.

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FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

TIMMY JERNIGAN

Career Stats:

139 tkls, 25 TFL, 8.5 sacks, 1 PBU, 1 PD; 40 games, 16 starts

2013: Was one of the most dominant interior lineman in the NCAA and one of the most important players in the success of the 2013 Seminole defense...selected All-ACC First Team by league coaches and All-American First Team by ESPN...also an All-American Second Team selection by USA Today, the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated... in 14 starts in 2013 he set career highs for tackles (63), TFL (11.0) and sacks (4.5)...the nose guard is constantly double-teamed creating opportunities for the Seminole linebackers and blitzing corners...his ability to fill gaps and fight off offensive linemen was a key reason that FSU had the nation's 18th best run defense...had nine tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in the BCS National Championship game...his 2.0 tackles for loss and 1.0 sacks at Pitt on Sept. 2 tied career highs in both categories...set a career high with 10 tackles in the ACC Championship Game versus Duke...recorded a then-season high seven tackles at Boston College...made two tackles and 1.0 TFL against Maryland...his lone tackle at Clemson was a seven-yard sack...posted three tackles and 1.0 TFL against NC State...registered six tackles at Wake Forest...recorded six tackles, 1.0 TFL and a QB hurry against Syracuse...had a monster game against Idaho - 4.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks and led FSU with six total tackles.

2012: Started two games and played in 13 games...ranked fourth on FSU in tackles for loss with eight...one of the leading tacklers on the team with 46...recorded starts against Murray State and Savannah State...recorded multiple tackles in 12 of his 13 games played...finished the season strong recording 22 tackles, two tackles for loss and a sack in his final four games...arguably the Seminoles' MVP in the ACC Championship Game where he recorded the team's only sack, was second on the squad with 1.5 TFL and was third on the team with nine tackles...either set or tied a career high in tackles and sacks in the game versus Georgia Tech...set single season career bests for tackles and tackles for loss...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg) and rushing defense (92.29 ypg).

2011: True freshman defensive tackle out of Lake City, Fla. who provided the Seminoles with a huge lift in a reserve role...earned first team Freshman All-America honors from several national outlets...was the only true freshman to see action on defense in all 13 games...led all FSU interior defensive linemen with 30 tackles and led his position group with six tackles for loss and 2.5 quarterback sacks...credited with three quarterback hurries and also had a 12-yard fumble return to his credit...posted a career-high five tackles in FSU's win over NC State, when he registered two tackles for loss - including a sack - and a fumble return...Jernigan's performance against the Wolfpack earned him ACC Defensive Lineman of the Week honors...also turned in a four-tackle performances against Charleston Southern and Clemson...posted his first two tackles for loss and first career sack against Charleston Southern...named winner of the Devaughn Darling Award given to the top newcomer on defense at the team's annual banquet.

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ESPN.com All-America First Team
FWAA All-America Second Team
Associated Press All-America Second Team
USA TODAY Sports All-America Second Team
CBSSports.com All-America Second Team
SI.com All-America Second Team
Lindy's All-America Third Team
Coaches All-ACC First Team
All-ACC Second Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

CHRISTIAN JONES

Career Stats:

225 tkls, 24 TFL, 8 sacks, 6 PBU, 7 PD, 1 INT; 54 games, 39 starts

2013: A versatile player who moved all over the defense in his career and assumed the role of an edge pass rusher from his strong-side LB position in the latter half of the season...move led to a career-best 8.0 TFL to go along with multiple sacks for the third time in his four-year career...named one of the best in the ACC by Athlon, the league's media and coaches...led the team with six quarterback hurries, twice as many as any other Seminole...had 56 tackles...was tied for fourth on the team in TFL (8.0) and tied for fourth in sacks (2.0)...tied for the team lead with five tackles at Florida, including 2.0 tackles for loss...posted eight tackles - including 2.0 TFLs and a sack - at Clemson...made eight stops against Pitt in the season-opener on Sept. 2...recorded seven tackles - including a tackle for loss - against Boston College...made the first interception of his career and added a tackle and a QB hurry at Wake Forest...four tackles with a 1-yard sack against NC State...leader on nation's top-ranked scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and third-ranked total defense (281.4 ypg)...competed in the Senior Bowl.

2012: Started all 14 games this season as FSU's weakside linebacker...Seminoles leading tackler with 95 stops, which were seventh overall in the ACC...accounted for the Seminoles' only defensive score of the season in a road win at USF...had more tackles in 2012 than he had in 27 career games in 2009-2010 (74 vs. 95)...set a new career high for TFL, pass break-ups and fumble recoveries...made a huge impact for the nation's second ranked defense during the last nine games...recorded eight or more tackles in seven of the last nine games including three games with double digit tackles...in the first five games of 2012 Jones had 17 tackles; he had 14 in the next game versus NC State and 78 in the last nine games...led FSU in tackles four times and was second on the team in three other games in the last nine games...recorded a near-career high 11 tackles and a career high three tackles for loss versus Duke...three TFL in the Duke game doubled his season total in just one quarter of play...set a career high with 14 tackles versus NC State...added 10 tackles in the win over Northern Illinois in the Orange Bowl...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game).

2011: First-year starter at strongside linebacker who finished second on the team in tackles (56) after starting all 13 games...also had six tackles for loss, three sacks and a team-high two forced fumbles on the season...recorded a career-best nine tackles against NC State, while matching his career-best with one sack...had two tackles and a sack against ULM...made eight tackles versus Oklahoma...added seven stops at Clemson...totaled five tackles at Wake Forest and versus Maryland...forced a fumble at Duke and against NC State...also excelled on special teams and was voted one of three Mr. Versatiles at the FSU annual awards banquet.

2010: True freshman who saw action in all 14 games on special teams and some spot duty at linebacker...registered 18 tackles (11 solo, seven assisted) and tallied three sacks and three tackles for loss...also had a pass break up and a fumble recovery...tallied a season-high six tackles (three solo stops, three assisted) in a win at Virginia...added sacks against Samford, Virginia and Maryland...first career fumble recovery came against South Carolina in the Chick-fil-A Bowl...recipient of the Devaughn Darling Award, given to the top freshman on the defense...named fifth team All-Freshman Defense by Phil Steele.

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All-ACC Second Team
Coaches All-ACC Second Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

LAMARCUS JOYNER

Career Stats:

197 tkls, 10.5 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 8 INT, 15 PBU, 23 PD, 3 FF; 52 KR, 1,166 yds, 22.4 avg; 55 games, 41 starts

2013: Was the first Seminole defensive back to be named a consensus first team All-American since 2000...just the seventh DB in FSU history to garner consensus first team All-American honors joining players like Deion Sanders, LeRoy Butler and Terrell Buckley...named a first team All-American by eight different groups...one of the most versatile defensive players in America who had gone from starting 27 straight games at safety (2011-12) to an attacking corner in defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt's new scheme...led the `Noles with 5.5 sacks and was second on the team with 69 tackles...no defensive back in the country had more sacks than Joyner... the senior came back to school foregoing the NFL and set career-bests for tackles (69), TFL (7.0), sacks (5.5) and forced fumbles (3)...showed the nation how disruptive a force he could versus Clemson recording eight solo tackles, one sack, an interception and forced two fumbles that led directly to 17 points, more than Clemson scored the entire game...named Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week, Jim Thorpe Defensive Back of the Week, FWAA Bronko Nagurski National Defensive Player of the Week, Lott IMPACT Player of the Week, CFPA National Defensive Back of the Week and ACC Defensive Back of the Week (among others) for his performance at Clemson...posted new career highs with 2.0 sacks and 2.0 tackles for loss at Pitt on Sept. 2...registered a team-high nine tackles at Pitt which also set a new career high...recorded six solo tackles and a pass break-up at Boston College on Sept. 28...four tackles, one TFL and a pass break-up against NC State...made six tackles with 0.5 TFL against Miami...registered four tackles and assisted on a five-yard sack at Wake Forest...had sacks on back-to-back plays (one assisted and one solo) against Syracuse...missed a sack attempt against Idaho's Taylor Davis, but ran down and tackled WR Dezmon Epps 68-yards downfield to save a touchdown; finished with four total tackles...tied for the team lead with five tackles at Florida and was also credited with a QB hurry...recorded his second INT of the season in the ACC Championship Game versus Duke...had five tackles and 0.5 sacks in the BCS National Championship game... leader on nation's top-ranked pass defense (156.6 ypg)...also helped the `Noles lead the nation in scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and interceptions (26), and ranked third in total defense (281.4 ypg).

2012: Seminole leader in the secondary and on the defensive side of the ball...started all 14 games on the season and has now started 27 consecutive games at safety...has played in every game since he arrived at Florida State as a freshman in 2010...had the third-longest interception return of the season when he took a pick back 33 yards versus Boston College...interception versus BC was his sixth of his FSU career...recorded multiple tackles in 12 of 14 games... added his second TFL in the Orange Bowl against Northern Illinois...led FSU in kick returns, kick return yardage and had the longest kick-off return of the season...returned five kick-offs for 185 yards including a 90 yarder versus Clemson in a top-10 win for the Seminoles...named ACC Specialist of the Week following his performance against Clemson... in the seven games in which he returned a kick, he had a return of 30 or more yards in three of those contests. ...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in yards allowed per play (3.86), rank second nationally in total defense (254.14 ypg) and rank in the top six nationally in scoring defense (14.71 ppg), rushing defense (92.29 ypg), pass defense (161.86 ypg), pass efficiency defense (95.43) and opponent three-and-outs (6.29 per game).

2011: First-year starter at safety who returned to his natural position during spring practice and went on to start all 13 games...earned All-ACC second team honors after ranking fourth on the team with 54 tackles adding two tackles for loss, one sack and three pass break-ups...closed his sophomore season with a memorable performance in the Champs Sports Bowl win over Notre Dame tallying seven tackles and snagging his team-high fourth interception...also added a career-long 77-yard kickoff return against Notre Dame, which was also the third-longest in FSU bowl and Champs Sports Bowl history...added a career-best eight stops versus Oklahoma and had his second interception of the season...made his first career TFL at Duke...his first career sack came at Boston College...snagged his third interception of the season and made four stops versus Miami...tied for fourth in the ACC in interceptions (4)...also led the team in kickoff returns (13) and kickoff return yards (397) while averaging 30.5 yards per return, which would have led the ACC had he averaged 1.2 returns a game...had six returns of 30 or more yards including a 37-yard return against Charleston Southern and two 30-yard returns in the last two regular season games against Virginia (32 yards) and Florida (34 yards)...named the most improved player on defense and a winner of the Bob Crenshaw Award at the team's annual banquet... recognized for his work in the classroom with one of eight sophomore academic awards and at the annual team banquet.

2010: True freshman cornerback who played in all 14 games and finished with 23 tackles, two pass break-ups and one interception...made an impact on kickoff returns and added five returns for 74 yards at Oklahoma and four returns for 112 yards in the ACC Championship Game against Virginia Tech...named fourth team All-Freshman Defense by Phil Steele.

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Unanimous All-American
Jim Thrope Award Finalist
Bronko Nagurski Award Finalist
Ultimate Herbie Award Winner
All-ACC First Team
Coaches All-ACC First Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

DEMONTE MCALLISTER

Career Stats:

76 tkls, 13.0 TFL, 6.5 sacks, 2 PBU, 2 PD, 1 FF; 49 games, 1 start

2013: Joined fellow senior Jacobbi McDaniel as back-ups along the Seminole defense front four...played in 11 games and made one start versus Bethune-Cookman at LE...finished with 22 tackles, 1.0 tackles for loss and two quarterback hurries...made four tackles and was credited with a QB hurry against Nevada...had a tackle in his first career start against Bethune-Cookman...registered four tackles and added a pass break-up at Boston College...posted four tackles at Wake Forest...two tackles and 1.0 TFL against Syracuse...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and ranked third in total defense (281.4 ypg)...participated in the East-West Shrine Game.

2012: Played in 13 games providing depth on the interior of the vaunted FSU defensive front...finished third on the team in sacks behind only consensus All-American Bjoern Werner and honorable mention All-American Cornelius Carradine...seventh on the team in tackles for loss...4.5 of his five TFL came in the last five games...recorded four tackles, a forced fumble, a sack and 1.5 TFL in the Seminoles big Thursday night road win at Virginia Tech...set a career high for tackles with five versus Clemson and then matched that total in each of the last two games versus Florida and in the ACC Championship Game versus Georgia Tech...nearly half of his tackles (16) have come in the last five games of the season...sacks came versus BC and then in back-to-back games against Virginia Tech and Maryland, as well as in the Orange Bowl against Northern Illinois.

2011: Redshirt sophomore defensive tackle who played in all 13 games...also saw action along the offensive line on special teams...limited by injuries early on this season, but played a more prominent role down the stretch...tallied five tackles on the season, including three solo stops.

2010: A redshirt freshman who was a valuable member of the defensive tackle rotation in his first season...appeared in 12 games in a reserve role...made the most of limited playing time, registering 16 tackles, including seven tackles for loss, which ranked third on the team...also credited with three quarterback sacks...posted a career-high four tackles and a pass breakup at Virginia...twice notched two tackles for loss in a game (Oklahoma, Virginia)...had 1.5 sacks against Samford in his collegiate debut...did not play against North Carolina and Maryland...named fifth-team Freshman All-America by Phil Steele, CFN Freshman All-American Honorable Mention and Rivals.com All-ACC Freshman Team.

2009: Suffered a knee sprain early in preseason practice, leading to a redshirt season.

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FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

JACOBBI MCDANIEL

Career Stats:

94 tkls, 13 TFL, 2 sacks, 2 INT, 3 PBU, 5 PD, 2 FF, 2 blkd; 47 games, 18 starts

2013: Joined fellow senior Demonte McAllister as back-ups along the Seminole defense front four...played in all 14 games...also saw action as a fullback in some formations...finished the season with 29 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, and a half sack...made four tackles including a tackle for loss against Nevada...added four stops versus Bethune-Cookman...registered three tackles, 0.5 TFLs and a pass break-up against Maryland...posted one tackle, which was a 0.5 TFL, against Miami...intercepted a pass and added a tackle against Idaho...had a half sack in the BCS National Championship game...helped Florida State's defense lead the nation in scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and ranked third in total defense (281.4 ypg).

2012: Redshirt season

2011: True junior who was off to an outstanding start before suffering a season-ending ankle injury at Duke...played in each of FSU's first six games, including starts against No. 1 Oklahoma and at Duke...suffered a broken ankle in the opening series of the Duke game...had nine tackles including one tackle for loss in just over five games.

2010: True sophomore who was a fixture at defensive tackle for the Seminoles, despite playing most of the season with an elbow injury...started all 14 games...established new single-season highs with 31 tackles and 5.5 tackles for loss...had two pass breakups on the season and collected his first career interception against Wake Forest...opened the year with a season-high two tackles for loss against Samford...had a season-best five tackles against Boston College, when the Seminoles limited the Eagles to minus-2 yards over 18 snaps in FSU territory.

2009: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman and made two starts, both at home against Georgia Tech and NC State...was extremely productive, leading all FSU interior linemen with 25 tackles, including 13 solo stops...registered four tackles for loss, including one against Miami in his FSU debut...followed a week later with two tackles for loss against Jacksonville State, which included his first career sack...forced fumbles against Jacksonville State and Boston College to share the team lead in that category...earned freshmen All-ACC honors from Sporting News and was on Phil Steele's third team Freshmen All-American squad.

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FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

KENNY SHAW

Career Stats:

124 rec, 1,919 yds, 15.5 avg, 14 TD; 34 PR, 350 yds, 10.3 avg; 42 games, 13 starts

2013: Sure-handed slot receiver was the veteran leader of Florida State's receiving corps...tied for second on Seminoles in receptions (54) and was third in receiving yards (933)...also returned punts where he ranked sixth in the ACC with a 9.7 average...second on the team with 1,204 all-purpose yards...ranked 10th in the ACC in receiving yards (66.6 per game)... made one of the most spectacular plays of the college football season - an incredible 55-yard Hail Mary touchdown grab as time expired in the first half at Boston College to help FSU take a 24-17 lead into the break...totaled 107 yards and two touchdowns on five receptions against Idaho...had six games of 89-99 receiving yards this season, including a seven-reception, 99-yard performance versus Syracuse...ranked in the Top 20 in FSU history in receiving yards (1,919) and receptions (124)...selected All-ACC Third Team by coaches.

2012: Junior wide receiver continued to be one of the Seminoles' most reliable options out of the slot...strong route-runner who has innate ability to find soft spots in the defense, especially over the middle...played in all 14 games as a part of a deep corps and earned a start at Virginia Tech...ranked third on the team with 33 receptions and 532 yards to go along with three touchdowns...caught at least one pass in 12 games and has 10 multi-reception games...established a new career high with 125 receiving yards on just two receptions against Boston College, highlighted by his career-high 77-yard touchdown reception on FSU's opening drive of the game...season-best six receptions came in the Orange Bowl against Northern Illinois...also collected TD receptions against Murray State and Wake Forest...ended the season the starting punt returner and finished with 99 yards on eight returrns (12.4 yards per return)...returned three punts for 66 yards with a career-long 26-yard return against Florida.

2011: Sophomore wideout who played in all 13 games and started three of the last four games (Miami, Florida and Notre Dame)...finished third on the team with 34 catches and tied for third with four touchdowns...totaled the fourth-most receiving yards (418) and fifth-most receiving yards per game (32.2) on the team...one of seven FSU receivers with 10 or more catches averaging over 10 yards per catch...one of seven Seminoles who hauled in a pass of at least 50 yards...caught a pass in every game he played except for Florida...returned to his hometown Orlando for the Champs Sports Bowl and caught four passes for 64 yards...had a huge stretch at the start of ACC play where he hauled in a TD pass in four of FSU's first five conference games...had five catches and a career-best 67 yards vs. Charleston Southern...played in the Clemson game despite getting knocked out of the Oklahoma contest one week earlier following a collision in the end zone...had two catches and scored his first touchdown of 2011 versus the Tigers...had one reception for a score at Wake Forest...caught two passes at Duke, including one for 51 yards...led the team again with six receptions versus Maryland...tallied 65 receiving yards against the Terps...led FSU with a career-best seven catches for 57 yards and a score against NC State...recognized for his work in the classroom with one of eight sophomore academic awards and at the annual team banquet.

2010: True freshman who played in 11 games...picked up three receptions for 36 yards...caught first career-touchdown against Wake Forest on a season-long 23-yard reception and finished the game with two receptions for 28 yards.

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Coaches All-ACC Third Team
All-ACC Honorable Mention


FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

TELVIN SMITH

Career Stats:

214 tkls, 29 TFL, 7 sacks, 4 INT, 7 PBU, 14 PD, 2 FF; 54 games, 15 starts

2013: FSU's leading tackler (90) and one of the senior leaders who played a huge role on and off the field in leading the Seminoles to the VIZIO BCS National Championship game when he had a career-best 15 tackles... first `Nole in 20 years with two pick-6s in a season (68-yd TD vs. B-CU and 79-yd TD vs. Idaho)...in 18th place in FSU history with 29.0 tackles for loss...second on the team in TFL (9.5)...second on the team in interceptions and leads the defense in interception return yards (3-147)...named ACC Linebacker of the Week on Sept. 30 and Co-LB of the Week on Oct. 21...tied a career high with 2.0 tackles for loss in the season opener at Pitt on Sept. 2...returned an interception 68 yards for a touchdown against Bethune-Cookman...tied a career high with 2.0 tackles for loss, recorded his first sack of the season and finished with 10 total tackles at Boston College on Sept. 28...made five tackles and was credited with a pass break-up against Maryland...tied a career high with 11 tackles, including 1.0 TFL and a pass break-up at Clemson...posted six tackles, one pass break-up and recovered a fumble against NC State...four tackles, with 1.0 tackles for loss against Miami...had three tackles, including 0.5 TFL, at Wake Forest...registered four tackles, 1.0 TFL and a pass break-up against Syracuse...made four tackles and returned an interception 79 yards for a TD against Idaho; it was his second INT and TD of the season...recorded three tackles and recovered a fumble at Florida...had a monster ACC Championship Game with eight tackles, two TFL, an INT and a sack leading the team in each of those categories except tackles, which he was second...leader on nation top-ranked scoring defense (12.1 ppg) and interceptions leader (26)...competed in the Senior Bowl.

2012: Back-up linebacker quietly had another great season...played in all 14 games and recorded multiple tackles in all 14 games this season...posted new career highs for tackles and is third on the team with 64, which is 22 more than his previous season best...had 18 more tackles than the next non-starter on the FSU defense...9.5 tackles for loss was a new career high bettering the 8.5 he posted in 2011...tied for 18th in the ACC for TFL...established a single game high for tackles with 11 versus Georgia Tech, breaking his personal best mark he set earlier this year versus NC State (10)...also led FSU versus Miami in tackles (8) and TFL (2.0)...tied his career high for TFL in a game versus Miami and NC State and now has five career games with two TFL.

2011: Sophomore linebacker who not only thrived on special teams but saw a lot of action at middle linebacker...played in 12 games and started once...posted 42 tackles (28 solo) on the season and 8.5 tackles for loss, which was the fourth-most for FSU...also had three sacks, one interception, three pass break-ups and two fumble recoveries...made his first career start at Wake Forest and tallied a career-best six tackles...had four tackles and two TFLs at Duke...had a career-best two sacks and four tackles versus Maryland...tallied five stops versus NC State...had a fumble recovery and an interception at Boston College...added five tackles and one tackle for loss in the Champs Sports Bowl win over Notre Dame...received one of three Mr. Versatile awards at the team's annual banquet.

2010: True freshman linebacker, who came in and made an immediate impact on special teams especially on kickoff return coverage where he made several big tackles...played in all 14 games and registered 18 tackles, one sack and 1.5 tackles for loss...named one of two Special Teams Newcomers of the Year at the annual football banquet.

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SI.com All-America Honorable Mention
Coaches All-ACC First Team
All-ACC Second Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

BRYAN STORK

Career Stats:

40 starts

2013: Senior consensus All-America center anchored the FSU offensive line and led the FSU offense with 40 career starts...helped lead Florida State to a 14-0 record and the 2013 VIZIO BCS National Championship...played every offensive snap in the 34-31 come-from-behind victory over No. 2 Auburn in the national championship game at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif....winner of the Rimington Trophy as the top center in the nation...one of five Outland Trophy semifinalists that is given annually to the top interior lineman by the FWAA... runner-up for the ACC's Jacobs Blocking Trophy that went to line-mate Cameron Erving...named to several All-America teams and was an All-ACC First Team selection by the league's coaches and media...a valuable asset in helping FSU quarterback Jameis Winston become nation's top-rated passer and the youngest winner of the Heisman Trophy...FSU's most consistent offensive lineman had highest average grade on the team...had highest grade among offensive line in the last two regular season games - 89 percent against Duke in the ACC Championship Game and 88 percent at Florida...also led Noles with a grade of 87 percent at then-No. 3 Clemson and 95 percent against Bethune-Cookman...helped hold Pitt's Aaron Donald, the Bronko Nagurski Trophy winner, and Clemson All-America Vic Beasley to just four tackles and one TFL combined...the Noles set FSU and ACC records for single-season total offense (7,267 yards), points per game (51.6) and yards per play (7.67) and the national record for points (723)...the Noles led the country with 94 touchdowns...FSU set the ACC and school records for total touchdowns (94), passing touchdowns (42) and the school record for rushing touchdowns (42)...ranked first in the ACC and sixth in the nation in total offense (519.1)...with the nation's top offensive line providing protection and opening holes, Florida State rushed for 2,844 yards (5.6 ypc), while passing for 4,423 yards...competed in the Senior Bowl.

2012: Redshirt junior who came into the season as the lone offensive line starter with more than one career start and anchored the young unit...started 13 games at center after working extensively at tackle in the spring...posted a team-leading season average grade of 85.6 percent...ranked second on the team with 26 knockdown blocks...made his 27th career start against Northern Illinois in the Orange Bowl...has also started at guard during his FSU career.

2011: Made 10 starts as a redshirt sophomore and played in 12 of 13 games...opened the year as the starting left guard, filling the void for graduated All-American Rodney Hudson, after making four starts at right guard in 2010...got his first work at center in the second half against Charleston Southern and took over the starting duties the following week against No. 1 Oklahoma...a tenacious competitor whose physical skills as a dominant run blocker were honed as a high school tight end in a run-based offense...led all Seminole linemen with 27 knockdown blocks on the year, including a season and career-high six at Clemson...added five knockdowns against Maryland and four each against Charleston Southern and Virginia...boasts the highest season average grade among linemen at 78 percent, posting six grades of 80 or better, including five through the first six games of the season...notched his top grade - 88 percent - against Virginia...missed the Boston College game while battling recurring headaches, but returned to action in the first half of the Miami game...was penalized just four times in 692 snaps on the year...had a 10-game stretch without allowing a sack and yielded just three over the course of the season...selected the offensive warrior in the weight room at the team's annual banquet.

2010: Redshirt freshman who began the season as a reserve, but was thrust into action at right guard...participated in 361 plays but saw only spot action until replacing veteran starter David Spurlock midway through the Boston College game...made his first career start the following week at NC State and performed admirably on the big stage...missed the next two games with illness...returned to action on the road at Maryland, replacing Henry Orelus at right guard in the second quarter...started the last three games of the season and graded out at 77 percent in the ACC Championship game against Virginia Tech...followed that performance up by grading out at 80 percent with a 92 pass grade in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against South Carolina...an outstanding pass blocker, also registered 13 knockdown blocks, including three each against Boston College, NC State and Virginia Tech.

2009: Redshirt season

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Remington Trophy Winner
Consensus All-American
All-ACC First Team
Coaches All-ACC First Team


NFL Combine Numbers:

Feb. 22 - 25

FSU Pro Day Numbers:

March 18

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