Posted November 05, 2013 on recruiting.scout.com
Travis Rudolph took an official visit to Florida State last weekend to see the Seminoles welcome the Hurricanes. This was the 2014 receiver’s third official visit of his recruitment process, and he’s continuing to take it all one day at a time. Get the latest here.
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