Florida State is set to host the final day of the two-day 7-on-7 camp and Big Man Camp on Saturday.

The 7-on-7 event and Big Man Camp began on Friday.

The 7-on-7 teams that participated on Friday were Kentucky Select, which consists of numerous players from Butler High School, as well as high school teams from Chiles, Tate, South Walton, North Florida Christian, Vernon, West Park, Rickards, Macon County and Florida A&M DRS. Chiles went undefeated on the first day of pool action, as they were led by rising junior three-star quarterback Garrett Greene. On Saturday, they will participate in a double-elimination tournament to crown a winner.

The Big Man Camp is a two-day camp that is padded for both offensive and defensive linemen entering the grades 9th-12th (accommodating post grad and JUCO Student Athletes). The camp features fundamentals and technique work from Florida State’s offensive line coach Greg Frey, defensive line coaches Mark Snyder and Odell Haggins as well as tight ends coach Telly Lockette. The Friday group was led by three-star rising junior offensive tackle Josh Fryar from Beech Grove (Ind.) and three-star defensive tackle Tru Thompson, who is committed to the Seminoles.

New participants could arrive on Saturday. Check-in is set to begin around 8 a.m. with action on the field set for around 10 a.m.

Some of those expected to make their way to Tallahassee on Saturday include Moultrie (Ga.) Colquitt County three-star offensive guard Kamaar Bell, Laurel (Miss.) three-star offensive tackle Charles Cross, Punta Gorda (Fla.) Charlotte three-star offensive tackle Dustyn Hall and Jacksonville (Fla.) Sandalwood rising junior offensive tackle Kobe Baynes, among others, for the Big Man Camp. Also, Frankfort (Ky.) Western Hills three-star all-purpose back Wandale Robinson is due in for a visit.

This marks the second weekend of camps for the Seminoles. Last weekend, FSU hosted a Skills Camp for quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs that spanned Friday and Saturday. On Sunday, the Skills Camp focused on running backs and linebackers. There was also a specialists camp for long snappers, kickers and punters on Sunday.

While the camps are designed for specific positions and groups, during the time of camp other positions are also welcomed and the coaching staff uses that camp day to do an evaluation on players that they are interested in.

Participants have ranged from the 2019 to the 2023 classes during the first few days of amp that have been held at FSU.

Saturday will conclude scheduled camp dates for FSU in June.

The Seminoles will hold one final scheduled camp day event in late July. On July 28th, FSU will host 'Saturday Night Live', an event designed to attract the 'best of the best' to Tallahassee to compete and spend time with the coaching staff. It is an event designed with a major focus on top targets in the 2019 class and beyond.

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