Florida State's football program is on the verge of making history.
The Seminoles have had 18 players selected in the NFL Draft over the last two years. The current modern-day record for most players selected from a single college in a three-year span is 28 (USC - 2008-10; Miami 2002-04). So, FSU needs to have 10 players selected in this year's draft to tie the record and 11 to break it. Most analysts believe there will be at least 10 former Seminoles taken and as many as 12.
This afternoon, with the NFL Draft's first round set to begin in a couple hours, Florida State football's recruiting Twitter account posted a graphic that promotes the amount of NFL talent their program has produced.
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What Jimbo Fisher is doing in Tallahassee, Fla., is very impressive.
The NFL Draft is set to begin at 8 p.m. E.T. and will be televised on ESPN.