Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher praised the play of his freshman class during a segment on his weekly radio show.
Fisher likes to devote one segment each week to underclassmen that have stood out in practice and in games. He began this week by singling out the play of FSU’s true freshmen, and it began with wide receiver D.J. Matthews, who had been limited all preseason camp with a hamstring injury, but was declared healthy right before the start of the season.
“D.J. Matthews, it’s starting to really click for him,” Fisher said during a segment on his radio show reported by the T allahassee Democrat, “Of course Cam Akers (RB) is in there. Khalan Laborn (RB), you’re seeing some of that. Tamorrion Terry (WR) is doing some things. Josh Kaindoh (DE) keeps getting better and better.”
Fisher added that he’s quite impress with the entire 2017 freshman class because of their intelligence and character. He wouldn’t trade one true freshmen player on the roster.
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