10 Players to watch this Spring

NoleDigest lists 10 players that fans should be very interested to track this spring.



Jamar Jackson- FSU Coaches and fans are very anxious to see Jackson line up healthy this spring. Jackson will be moving to defensive end where he will be able to help strengthen that position. Jackson has a great frame at 6'4 232lbs. It will be interesting to see how Jackson performs after tearing some ligaments in his knee.


Jonathan Hannah- He's a big guy that can move. He's a mismatch waiting to happen in the secondary. Hannah wasn't cleared to play last year but now he is finally good to go




Bert Reed- Reed received praise from players and coaches this past fall for his play during practice. He has the ability to stretch the field with his speed. He's a great compliment to Preston Parker.




Nigel Bradham- The highly touted linebacker from Wakulla will have many eyes on him this spring. He's one of the strongest guys on the team already. He runs well but his best attribute could be his instinct. If Nigel picks up the defense he will be able to contribute to the defense right away.


Terrance Parks- Parks will be lining up at boundary corner. He's a big and physical cornerback that runs very well for his size. A couple of months ago he was covering high school players.




Marcus Sims- Sims will be limited this spring due to his injury that he suffered last year against Alabama. Sims was playing pretty well before his injury.


Dionte Allen- Allen was rated as one of the top cornerback prospects in America coming out of high school a year ago. Allen is talented and this will be a big spring for him to show what he is capable of.


Kendall Smith- Smith is a very good player that loves football. He made several tackles on special teams last year. He's second on the depth chart at Sam backer this spring but he will most likely be starting the first 3 games this season.


Will Furlong- Furlong is a starter at right guard this spring. He redshirted last season. He's got great feet but he's a little lean. His progress could have an impact on the offensive line as well as the offense's production.


Brandon Paul- Paul will be playing runningback this spring. Paul has excellent speed and good vision. He will make a bigger impact on special teams but he should not be counted out in the backfield.

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