Gold beats Garnet, 40-24, Saturday as the 'Noles' passing game -- and as a result, the quarterback battle -- steals the show at Doak Campbell Stadium.
The Seminoles Returned to Practice on Wednesday afternoon.
Florida State is loaded with talent at the linebacker position but has just seven scholarship athletes on the roster, including two freshmen that have never played before.
As part of an ongoing series of articles, get a glimpse of each member of FSU's 2013 signing class. Up next: linebacker Tyrell Lyons.
Wednesday a host of future Florida State football players will put pen to paper and officially join the FSU family. Here's a look at what their soon-to-be teammates were ranked when they were going through the recruiting process.
2013 SPRING OUTLOOK: Young linebacker who immediately stepped in and made an impact on special teams as well as at linebacker late in games. Strong and athletic backer, who showed up on the depth chart last fall as the backup at weakside linebacker, but will compete for a starting job at strongside.
2012: Freshman linebacker that has played in 12 games for the Seminoles...posted 10 tackles on the season...had a career day against Boston College six total tackles (four solo)...he also recorded a tackle for loss in the fourth quarter against the Eagles...also a key contributor on kickoff and punt return coverage teams.
PERSONAL:Four-star linebacker with exceptional athleticism who continues the pipeline from First Coast High School to FSU...analysts have been impressed with his ability to make plays all over the field consistently locating runners and tackling them to the ground... rated a four-star linebacker by Rivals, Scout, 247Sports and ESPN...Rivals has him as the No. 30 linebacker and No. 40 player in Florida...No. 35 outside linebacker and No. 37 player in state of Florida by 247Sports...ranks as the No. 28 linebacker, No. 42 overall player in Florida by ESPN...listed as the No. 112 prospect on the Mobile Register's Super Southeast 120... earned Florida Times-Union All-First Coast Defensive Player of the Year honors as a senior recording 165 tackles, including 39.5 behind the line in leading the Buccaneers to the Class 7A championship game and a 13-win season...named to the 2011 Times-Union Super 24...as a junior, finished with 110 tackles, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery for a touchdown... selected FSU after once being a verbal commit to Miami.