By: Kevin Keane | WCTV Eyewitness Sports
August 23, 2018
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- It's been a long off season for Florida State wide receiver Nyquan Murray.
After leading the team in receptions (40) and yards (604) to accompany four touchdowns in 2017, Noonie missed almost all of spring camp due to a knee injury.
But, he's now healthy and has been impressive in fall camp.
Entering his senior season, the expectations are at an all-time high for the speedy, shifty wideout.
You can hear it in the words of his new head coach, Willie Taggart, who says he's been blown away by Noonie's work, both on and off the field.
"Since we've been here, he's been growing up," Taggart said. "He's been getting better. Didn't get a chance to play in spring, a little setback for him, but I've been really impressed with how he's bounced back from that injury and seeing the things he's doing in practice. But, I've been more impressed with how he's changed and what he's done academically."