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With “one of the most talented rosters in college football,” FSU ranks No. 4 in PFF’s top 25 for early 2023

With “one of the most talented rosters in college football,” FSU ranks No. 4 in PFF’s top 25 for early 2023

State of Florida ranked No. 4 in Pro Football Focus’ top 25 in college football at the start of 2023. The Seminoles are ranked No. 11 in the final Associated Press Top 25 for 2022 after going 10-3.

Before Max Chadwick, author of the too-early Top 25, can even get into the rankings, he shares a point about how “Florida State’s roster is loaded: The Seminoles have one of the most talented rosters in college football heading into next season, which has elevated them to the No. 4′

How things have changed in Tallahassee very quickly.

The Seminoles are behind Georgia, the back-to-back national champions, Michigan, the back-to-back Big Ten champions and Ohio State, which despite having to replace its starting quarterback, is likely to be viewed as a loaded roster capable of contending next season for the title.

It’s the Seminoles’ turn. Coming off its first 10-win season in six years, expectations are high for FSU in 2023, and PFF outlines several key players for next season:

  • Quarterback Jordan Travis: The redshirt junior’s 91.7 rating this year led all Power Five quarterbacks.
  • Border defender Jared poem: He *was* a top 20 prospect 2023 PFF NFL Draft Bigboardbefore deciding to return for his redshirt junior season.
  • Running back Trey Benson: 0.51 forced fumbles per attempt 2022 redshirt sophomore beat Javonte Williams‘ PFF College Record.
  • Wide receiver Johnny Wilson: He led all Power Five rushers this season with 3.36 yards per rush.
  • Corner Fentrell Cypress II: Virginia the carry has allowed just 0.53 yards per coverage this season, the fifth-lowest mark among Power Five cornerbacks.
  • Hard end Joachim Bell: South Carolina as of 2021, the acceptance rate of 88.8 is second only to Georgia Brock Bowers among returning Power Five tight ends.
  • Interior defensive line Brad Fisk: Western Michigan The transfer’s 48 touchdowns this season rank fifth among all quarterbacks in college football.
  • Attacking tackle Jeremiah Byers: UTEP transfer was one of six offensive tackles in the nation this year to have top-25 marks in both pass protection and run blocking.

PFF warns the Seminoles to get on the hype train.

LSU, against whom FSU opens the 2023 season in Orlando, Fla., on Sept. 3, checks in at No. 8.

Clemson, ranked No. 11, is the Seminoles’ other opponent in 2023.

The full PFF Top 25 for 2023, which was too early, can be found here.

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