Al Blades Jr., a 2018 prospect whose father played for the University of Miami, visited Florida State for the Seminoles’ Garnet and Gold spring game on Saturday.
On Sunday night, Blades sparked some fire into the FSU-Miami rivalry when he posted a picture of himself standing on top of FSU’s logo inside Doak Campbell Stadium while doing UM’s hand signal.
And FSU junior cornerback Jalen Ramsey approves — for the rivalry’s sake at least.
Here’s the picture with some fair warning from Blades beforehand:
I got some pics that would have FSU fans upset 😂— Al Blades (@AlBlades_Jr) April 12, 2015
And here’s Ramsey’s response:
What fans, Jalen?
Anyways, FSU invited Blades — a defensive back for Davie University School who is currently committed to Miami’s 2018 recruiting class — on campus for a visit.
Blades is the son of former Canes standout safety Al Blades, who died in 2003.
Nothing like some good, old-fashioned trash-talking for the Canes and Noles fans to eat up in the middle of April.
Both teams will meet again in Tallahassee on Oct. 10.
FSU has won the last five matchups.