FSU HC Mike Norvell speaks highly of a variety of players as spring practice approaches

Florida State head football coach Mike Norvell speaks highly of a variety of players as spring practice approaches.

Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Hykeem Williams (8) tries to fight off a tackle. The Florida
Florida State Seminoles wide receiver Hykeem Williams (8) tries to fight off a tackle. The Florida / Alicia Devine/Tallahassee Democrat / USA
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JOSHUA FARMER

It has been magnificent to see the growth and development of former three-star defensive end prospect Joshua Farmer. He is the definition of trusting the process. He came to Tallahassee as a 250-pound prospect and he is now up to 312 pounds as a defensive tackle.

Fans were excited about the return of Fabien Lovett Sr. as well as the additions of Darrell Jackson Jr. and Braden Fiske. Lovett Sr. has been virtually on a snap count due to suffering injuries while Fiske was a physical specimen as the season progressed. We already know about the NCAA laying the hammer down on Jackson Jr.

Farmer found his spot in the defensive tackle rotation and was a very productive player where he recorded 32 total tackles and 5 sacks. He and Darrell Jackson Jr. have a chance to become a dynamic duo in the middle of the defense for 2024.

It is scary that Norvell mentions how much Farmer has bought into the program and is still progressing after his break-out 2023 campaign. The sky is the limit for the defensive tackle.

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