Redshirt sophomore who started all 14 games at left tackle after making the transition from defensive tackle in the spring...played his best football down the stretch, grading out at 73.6 percent over the final six regular season games...enjoyed perhaps his finest game against Boston College, grading out at a season-best 82 percent as the Seminoles passed for a season-high 448 yards and four touchdowns...had a season-high three knockdowns and earned a grade of 81 percent in victory over Duke.
Redshirt freshman defensive tackle, who played in all 13 games, predominantly behind starter Everett Dawkins...extremely agile for a big man, he thrived as a run-stuffer and a disruptive force as one of FSU's primary reserves...helped the Seminoles rank first nationally in yards allowed per rush (2.3) and second nationally in overall rushing defense (82.7 ypg)...compiled 20 tackles on the season, including 11 solo stops...had 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack on the year...posted a career-high four tackles in the road win at Boston College...notched his first career sack in the season-opener against ULM...also had a tackle for loss among his three solo stops at Clemson.
Redshirt season after earning a medical hardship after sustaining a back injury which caused him to miss the season.
A diamond in the rough find out of south Georgia...earned a three-star ranking by Rivals and was a two-star prospect according to Scout.com...unheralded in the preseason, closed the year with a No. 74 ranking from Georgia Rivals Postseason Top 75...No. 81 defensive tackle according to ESPN...piled up a whopping 98 tackles as a senior; a high number for an interior lineman...tackle totals included 48 solo stops...selected FSU over offers from Clemson and Georgia Southern.
Born August 23, 1992.
- Cameron Erving, the No. 27 overall prospect potentially eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft by NFLDraftScout.com, was among three Florida State underclassmen to announce Wednesday they will return to the Seminoles next season. Erving is a redshirt junior left tackle who converted from the defensive line two years ago. He has been rated as the No. 6 NFL offensive tackle prospect. Also returning to Tallahassee will be junior wide receiver Rashad Greene and right guard Tre' Jackson. Erving was named First Team All-ACC for his work protecting the blind side of Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Jameis Winston.
"We have something really special going on here at Florida State," Erving said. "Of course, I want to be a part of that. I want to mature and grow as a player before I make that big step to the NFL. I enjoy playing for Coach (Jimbo) Fisher and I love the support of our fans. This decision is the best for myself and my family. I'm coming back to school to finish my degree, to improve as a player and lead the Seminoles to another successful season during my last year of college football." - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com