Florida State WR Mycah Pittman generating strong buzz at spring practice
Florida State took several transfers at the receiver position this offseason in hopes of re-making a unit that struggled mightily in 2021.
One of those incoming receivers is Mycah Pittman, who joined Florida State after three seasons at Oregon. It’s still early in his time in Tallahassee, but early returns are positive.
Pittman received a lot of love from Florida State beat writers who observed practice on Thursday. He was routinely singled out as someone who is having a big spring for the Seminoles.
Here’s some of that reaction:
Players that stood out to me during #FSU's last practice before first scrimmage on Saturday:
– QB Jordan Travis
– RB Treshaun Ward
– WR Mycah Pittman (!)
– WR Ja'Khi Douglas
– WR Johnny Wilson
– WR Malik McClain
– DB Shyheim Brown
– DB Demorie Tate
– DB Sam McCall #Noles
— Logan B. Robinson (@LogansTwitty) March 25, 2022
Most impressive things I saw during Thursday's FSU practice:
1. Mycah Pittman. Was best skill player on the field.
2. Jordan Travis and Tate Rodemaker. Both were sharp. Rodemaker has had a great spring.
3. DE Jared Verse running stride for stride with Travis on a scramble.
— Corey Clark (@Corey_Clark) March 25, 2022
Pittman has 38 catches for 547 yards and 2 touchdowns in his collegiate career. He missed part of last season with an injury. Both of his touchdowns came as a true freshman in 2019.
Florida State did not have a receiver eclipse the 400-yard mark last season. The ACC has a whole had 36 pass catcher who totaled at least 400 yards last season.
Ontaria Wilson led FSU with 388 yards. Andrew Parchment was close behind with 350 yards.
Florida State is also dealing with an injury to transfer receiver Winston Wright Jr., who was in a serious car accident over spring break. Wright is expected to be ready for the season.
Florida State’s spring game is on April 9.