Hear The Spear: Spring football, #Tribe20, program changes

On the latest episode of Hear The Spear, Logan is joined by NoleGameday recruiting writer Jeremiah Zanders and James Coleman. Coleman is a former Florida State football player who now works for Fifth Quarter, The Sports Den, and First Coast Sports. He also joined us on the show last year around this time to talk spring football.

They start the episode off by breaking down the first few practices of the spring, including how Willie Taggart is giving Kendal Briles complete control of the offense. That continues into talk on the position changes that we’ve seen so far, Levonta Taylor at FS, Hamsah Nasirildeen at Star, and Jaiden Lars-Woodbey at safety.

James Blackman has taken over as the Seminoles starting quarterback and that’s been evident in practice. He’s been making the kind of reads and progressions that Deondre Francois seemingly abandoned in 2018. The redshirt sophomore’s favorite targets so far are DJ Mathews, Keith Gavin, and Tamorrion Terry. Logan also notes that he’s seen Randy Clements be very vocal with true freshman guard Dontae Lucas, who could see snaps next season.

Finally, the guys discuss FSU’s upcoming junior day event this weekend and some of the prospects in attendance. The ‘Noles are still in the running for Virginia offensive line transfer RJ Proctor and Wisconsin quarterback transfer Alex Hornibrook, who was on campus earlier Friday to watch the third practice of the spring.

Make sure to stay tuned to Hear The Spear throughout the college football offseason for coverage of sports like basketball, baseball, and softball. We’ll continue to bring you news on Florida State’s spring as the ‘Noles get further into their practice slate.

Listen below. Hear The Spear presented by NoleGameday is happy to announce that the podcast is also now available on Spotify.

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