FSU football: 3 things we learned from summer 2022

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The Players Put In Work

The players look bigger and stronger physically, and the proof bears out in the pictures and weight gains.

There is a physical difference in the players now compared to the past couple of years. It’s not just a couple of players that look like they have made stark improvements.

A good trend is how each player worked towards their specific goals of gaining or losing weight. We saw DJ Lundy drop 20 pounds and Maurice Smith add a much-needed 17 pounds.

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Several linemen are well over 300 pounds, and the days of FSU getting pushed around on the offensvie line scrimmage could be over.

Summer workouts can be the difference between being good and great, and by all accounts, players are willingly putting in the work.

At ACC Kickoff, FSU QB Jordan Travis talked about the work he and the offense put in with player-led workouts.

FSU head coach Mike Norvell talked about how players are holding one another accountable, which is the ultimate in program development.