FSU football: 3 major things learned in April 2024

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FSU football wrapped up its spring camp last week, and the team will transition to summer workouts soon. I've been on the bandwagon with this team since early January and told you why you should jump on it too. The deeper we got into April, the more my confidence grew as players emerged and different positions and the overall depth was much better than at this point with the 2022 team that went 10-3. FSU escaped the spring with relatively good health, as most of the players who missed spring camp should be joining summer activities.

Malik Benson got injured in the Seminole Showcase, but I think he'll be fine by the time summer ends and fall camp begins. The only guy who might be questionable is sophomore wide receiver Destyn Hill. His injury and the Benson injury, plus some veteran receivers not setting the world on fire, is why some fans expected FSU to be more active when the transfer portal opened in April. We'll talk about the transfer portal later, but April was a great month overall. Here are three major things we learned in the month.