FSU week in review: Trickett, WRs shine 

April, 1, 2013
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Clint TrickettAP Photo/Don Juan MooreClint Trickett's consistency has won out thus far in Florida State's quarterback derby, as his accuracy has overshadowed the big arms of Jameis Winston and Jacob Coker.
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Florida State is halfway through spring practice, and while the bulk of the big questions looming over the team still need answering, there's been some marked progress along the way. Here are a handful of the most noteworthy stories from Week 2 of the spring.

Trickett leads the pack: By no means is the quarterback competition drawing to a close. If anything, it's just getting started. But as the calendar flips to April, it's clear that the veteran, Clint Trickett, is leading the pack.

While Trickett might not have the arm strength or mobility that has made Jameis Winston and Jacob Coker such intriguing options, he's got the best handle on the offense and, during the practices open to media, has been the most accurate of the bunch.

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