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Florida State is expected to compete for a national title this coming year and to do that, the Seminoles will need much improved offensive line play. Quarterback Deondre Francois showed he’s one of the toughest cookies out there with the hits he had to take because of poor line coverage. However, losing Roderick Johnson the NFL Draft isn’t great for that and neither is losing an upperclassman like Wilson Bell.

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Bell is a massive 6’5″, 320-pound lineman who has plenty of experience and started every game at right tackle in 2015, but lost his job to a true freshman in 2016. However, he got it back when Landon Dickerson suffered a torn ACL early in November.

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