FSU football has completed spring camp and has entered into arguably the most important part of the year. Spring camp concluded with the annual garnet and gold spring game which looked organized with less penalties.
The players looked more confident, and the teams executed on both sides of the ball for the most part.
The FSU football program seems to be doing about as good as it could be doing coming off of a three-win season.
The 2022 recruiting cycle is going well as the Noles have the No. 14 ranked class in the nation. More importantly, they have a key commitment in five-star defensive back Travis Hunter and blue-chip Nicco Marchiol at the quarterback position.
Recruiting will open back up under normal conditions, and several key targets are making plans to visit Tallahassee this summer.
A lot of players have stepped up their games but will need to continue to improve in the summer months as FSU coaches will have limited access.
Accountability among players and the strength and conditioning coaches will be paramount. Let’s take a look at five players that benefited most from spring camp.