Florida State safety Jammie Robinson was the Noles’ lone representative on the ACC’s preseason all-conference team, which was released on Wednesday afternoon.

Robinson earned first-team All-ACC honors last season after his first campaign with Florida State. Robinson was the top vote-getter amongst safeties.

Robinson and NC State’s Tanner Ingle were chosen as the safeties for the squad. Robinson also earned 2 votes for preseason ACC Player of the Year from the panel of 164 media voters.

Last season, Robinson recorded 84 tackles, 7 tackles for loss, 4 interceptions, 3 pass deflections and 2 forced fumbles. He helped lead Florida State’s secondary to within 1 win of bowl eligibility.

The former South Carolina transfer now enters this season with much higher expectations. At ACC Kickoff last week, Robinson told reporters the Seminoles’ secondary would be “real dangerous” this season.

While Robinson is the only Seminole to make the team, that doesn’t mean FSU’s roster is lacking elite talent. Florida State brought in several high-impact transfers this season, so it could end up with significantly more representation on the end-of-season All-ACC team.

Florida State opens the 2022 campaign with Duquesne on Aug. 27.