The majority of the 2019 season was a forgettable one for Florida State’s pass defense. There wasn’t much pressure on the quarterback and receivers were able to find openings in the secondary.
There were a few bright spots, among those were how safety Hamsah Nasirildeen erased plays and how cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. battled in his first year as a starter. Samuel had 48 tackles and was second in the ACC in passes broken up with 15.
When FSU coach Mike Norvell arrived, he had a chance to speak with players, evaluate their . . .
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