Quarterback Sean Maguire
Running Back Dalvin Cook
Right Tackle Derrick Kelly
During his press conference, Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher announced that quarterback Sean Maguire and running back Dalvin Cook were 100 percent healthy and ready for fall camp. This coincides with what Fisher has been saying since Maguire the spring.
Derrick Kelly's timetable for return had been up in the air, but Fisher stated that he is completely ready to go. He also said that he had been participating during summer workouts. Kelly started four games last season before a torn meniscus derailed his season.
Safety Derwin James
Defensive End Adam Torres
Defensive Tackle Darvin Taylor
Defensive Tackle Justin Shanks
Derwin James foot injury was a cause for concern for many Florida State fans, but Jimbo Fisher was unconcerned. James has been working out some during the last week.
"Really good," Fisher said. "He was on grass doing the change of direction stuff. He was on the Ultra-G change of direction. According to him right now, he's ready to go. I think he is, but we're going to make sure he heals the right way and do some other testing with it just to make sure. Ease him back in. He's healed extremely well. He's running on grass, change of direction. Stuff like that. He'll get back in pretty quick. The longest I would imagine would be five, six, seven days."
Torres is still rehabbing a lower leg injury while Taylor is rehabbing a serious shoulder injury he suffered in the spring. There are no timetables for their return yet. Shanks is recovering from a stress fracture in his foot.
Out For The Year
Offensive Lineman Chad Mavety
Jimbo Fisher confirmed Mavety's social media post that he will not be able to continue a career in football. He did leave the door open for him to help the team as a student assistant. Mavety graduated during the summer session less than a week ago.