There is no offseason ... It's Bashaud Breeland's turn at the NFL combine. Former Georgia Tech defensive back Jemea Thomas got off to a good start in Indy. Andy Bitter has the latest on how the Hokies have performed at the NFL combine.
about 1368 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
The NFL draft combine at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis will be held from Feb. 19-25 and will feature workouts, medical examinations, psychological testing and interviews for the 335 invited prospects.
about 1381 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Some are can't-miss prospects, such as Jameis Winston. The Florida State quarterback was ESPN's No. 1 QB in the Class of 2012, won the Heisman Trophy in his first season as the Seminoles' starter and added a national championship to cap his redshirt freshman year.
about 1389 days ago | Matt Fortuna | NCF On The Trail
The ACC's three quarterbacks struggled to get their North squad on the board Saturday, throwing three total interceptions in a 20-10 loss in the Senior Bowl. Clemson's Tajh Boyd, Miami's Stephen Morris and Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas combined to go 21 of 39 for 137 yards with no touchdowns.
about 1397 days ago | Matt Fortuna | Florida State Seminoles
Senior Bowl practices are underway this week, and wouldn't you know it -- scouts have their eyes on the quarterbacks. That means Stephen Morris, Logan Thomas and Tajh Boyd are firmly in the spotlight this week among featured ACC players participating in the college all-star game, a critical first step in evaluations for the NFL draft in May.
about 1403 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
Florida State's undefeated season is reflected in the Seminoles' 10 all-conference selections by ESPN.com. Quarterback Jameis Winston was the highlight of the group, along with Boston College running back Andre Williams, who was also a Heisman candidate this year.
about 1439 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
Florida State led all schools with seven players on the All-ACC first team, including quarterback Jameis Winston, running back Devonta Freeman and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner. In all, the Seminoles had 17 players chosen to the first, second and third teams as voted on by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association and announced Monday.
about 1453 days ago | Andrea Adelson | Florida State Seminoles
No. 9. Lamarcus Joyner, DB, Florida State Previous ranking: No. 15 Making the case for Joyner: As one of the top defensive backs in the country, Joyner will be showcasing his versatility this year at corner, where he played during the spring.
about 1563 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles
No. 15. Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State Previous ranking: Not ranked Making the case for Jernigan: He's oozing potential, but even after only two starts last fall, he's played enough that it's clear Jernigan is one of the nation's top returning tackles.
about 1571 days ago | Heather Dinich | Florida State Seminoles