Tag Archive | Florida State
Class of 2013 shooting guard Kendrick Nunn has a plethora of offers from programs like UCLA, Memphis, Oklahoma State, Marquette, Illinois, Texas A&M, N.C. State, Nebraska, Florida State and Missouri and interest from schools like Kansas, Syracuse and North Carolina. However, he insists he has no favorites. “Nobody is standing out, everyone is even,” Nunn told NRS. […]
I got the chance to catch up with class of 2014 star point guard Tyus Jones last night to talk about his recruitment, how his AAU season is going and much more. The Minnesota native has been one of the stars throughout the Nike EYBL this summer and is fourth in scoring with over 20 points […]
A lot of big time colleges have had their eyes on class of 2014 shooting guard Theo Pinson for a long time including Syracuse, Georgetown, Ohio State, Florida State and N.C. State — all schools who have offered him. However, Pinson has long had his eye on one school in particular before he became a highly sought […]
In 1990, Florida State great Tharon Mayes averaged over 23 points per game for the Seminoles, finishing his career 12th all-time in steals and 18th in scoring. Now, over two decades later, his son, class of 2013 shooting guard Xavier Rathan-Mayes, is taking the recruiting world by storm. “I have around 34 offers,” Rathan-Mayes told […]
When talking to class of 2013 shooting guard Demarcus Croaker about factors in his recruitment, location isn’t one of them. However, that doesn’t mean the Orlando native doesn’t like the local schools. “Florida State is standing out to me a lot,” Croaker told NRS. “I’m still keeping my options open and looking at other schools […]
Class of 2014 small forward Jalen Lindsey doesn’t have an offer from North Carolina yet, but if he gets one [which is very possible for the standout sophomore], the Tar Heels will be a major player in his recruitment. “When I was growing up it was always North Carolina [who I liked],” Lindsey told NRS. […]
Junior point guard Isaiah Lewis is one of the highest rated players in the country and is being chased by some of the top programs in college basketball, including two teams currently in the final four, Kansas and Louisville.
He has agreed to give NRS exclusive access to his life and recruitment in his player blog and will reveal any important developments regarding his recruitment in these entries.