FSU football: 10 greatest Seminoles of the Bobby Bowden era

There have been plenty of great players that Bowden brought to Tallahassee and sent off to the NFL, but which Seminoles had the best careers at FSU from 1976 to 2009?
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1995-99. 7. 435. WR. player. Peter Warrick. . . Peter Warrick. FSU Bowden Era

Career receptions: 207

Career receiving yards: 3,517

Awards: 2x All-American, 3x First Team All-ACC,

Peter Warrick was as dynamic as it gets as a wide receiver in the 1990s. He is currently sixth all-time in FSU total scrimmage yards, third all-time in receiving yards, and first in receiving touchdowns.

In 1999, catching passes from Chris Weinke, Warrick racked up 934 yards and 8 touchdowns on 71 receptions and finished sixth in Heisman voting. He was a key piece of the national championship and had six catches for 163 yards and two touchdowns against Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl. Warrick also returned a punt 59 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter.

Warrick's best year wasn't '99 it was the year before. In 1998 Warrick caught just 61 passes, but for a staggering 1,232 yards and 12 touchdowns. He averaged 20.2 yards per reception and finished eighth in the country in receiving yards.

Warrick was drafted fourth overall by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2000 NFL draft.