fbpx

Notes: Newcomer numbers, Brooks makes Good Works team

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Florida State released its 2019 media guide on Tuesday and numbers are listed for all freshmen as well as graduate transfers Alex Hornibrook and Ryan Roberts. Hornibrook is pursuing an MBA, while Roberts is getting his master’s in sports management.

10 – Kevon Glenn

12 – Alex Hornibrook

13 – Jordan Travis

18 – Travis Jay

19 – Wyatt Rector

19 – Jarvis Brownlee

20 – Kalen DeLoach

27 – Akeem Dent

30 – Quashon Fuller

31 – Raymond Woodie III

36 – Rendardo Green

42 – Jaleel McRae

44 – Brendan Gant

53 – Maurice Smith

55 – Dontae Lucas

55 – Derrick McLendon II

56 – Ryan Roberts

74 – Jay Williams

76 – Darius Washington

78 – Ira Henry III

88 – Ryan Fitzgerald

90 – Tru Thompson

98 – Curtis Fann

99 – Malcolm Ray

Mark Snyder is listed as only a special teams coordinator with no role as a defensive assistant, although it remains to be seen if he will help out on that side of the ball. David Kelly is listed as only recruiting coordinator.

Mario Edwards Sr. is listed as a senior defensive analyst, Mike Anthony as a senior offensive analyst, Myles Notkin as offensive analyst and Brock Willis as special teams analyst.

Brooks named to Good Works Team

Florida State linebacker DeCalon Brooks was among the nominees for the 2019 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® released Tuesday.

Brooks has established himself as one of Florida State’s most active student-athletes in the community, contributing more than 60 hours of service in the 2018-19 school year. The sophomore from Tampa accrued those hours by working with various organizations and events, including the American Red Cross, Literacy Week, Purpose Build, Kickin’ it for Autism, Kearny Center and Big Bend Hospice where he has served people of all ages.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.