Tuesday's FSU Practice Report

The Florida State Seminoles took to the practice field for their final scrimmage of fall camp today. Although the scrimmage was originally planned for Doak Campbell Stadium, inclement weather forced the team into its indoor practice facility. Here are some takeaways from today’s scrimmage in our FSU practice report.

  • John Franklin III is practicing full-time with the wide receivers, although the electric athlete still wears the green jersey donned by the QBs.
  • While running back Ryan Green remained out (he’s missed all of fall camp), Karlos Williams, Mario Pender, and Dalvin Cook were all full participants.
  • Starting offensive linemen Cameron Erving and Josue Matias did not dress in full pads, once again. Massive freshman Roderick Johnson took first-team reps at LT, while Kareem Are was at LG.
  • The offense worked out of a two-TE, two-WR set, featuring Nick O’Leary and Kevin Haplea. Frosh WR Ermon Lane worked in with Rashad Greene and Christian Green. The offense also showed an option look.
  • Although Jimbo Fisher mentioned the other day that E.J. Levenberry had worked his was into starting position along with LB Terrance Smith, Reggie Northrup worked with the ones today, while Levenberry was with the twos. Matthew Thomas did not dress.
  • With P.J. Williams and Ronald Darby remaining out, starting CB reps went to Nick Waisome and Marquez White. The latter, who played on the FSU basketball team last year, recently announced that he would be concentrating solely on football moving forward.
  • Demarcus Walker continued to share time with Chris Casher on the edge, and today Desmond Hollin saw some first-team time as well.
  • Freshman Derrick Nnadi continued to see time with the starting DL.

The ‘Noles are off tomorrow, and when they resume practice on Thursday, they will begin preparing for their August 30 opener against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in Arlington, Texas.

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