Florida State Seminoles' Return Men Should Be Treated with Caution

Sean Grimm@@Sean_GrimmCorrespondent ISeptember 5, 2010

Florida State sophomore and former five-star product Greg Reid promised Seminole fans a show on Saturday against Samford.

He only had one shot to impress with one return, but he without a doubt fulfilled that promise. Reid took the punt to the house, returning the kick for 74 yards and six points.

Doak Campbell Stadium erupted, applauding Reid for yet another one of his entertaining shows.

College football fans, get used to that site. Get used to seeing No. 5 in the garnet and gold shifting left and right, bolting down the field past opposing jerseys en route to deep returns and touchdowns.

And if opposing teams already had headaches about Florida State's return game, those headaches are surely worse now with the addition of another talented five-star athlete.

He goes by the name of Lamarcus Joyner.

Joyner graduated from St. Thomas Aquinas, where he returned three kicks for touchdowns and averaged nearly 40 yards per return during his senior year. He also boasts a 4.34 40-yard dash.

Saying he is a threat every time he touches the football would be accurate.

Now on kickoffs, Florida State will send Reid and Joyner deep, a combination that should prove to be absolutely deadly for the Seminoles' opponents.

Who will teams choose to target? Or will they not kick it to either and choose to kick it short?

Florida State's opponents will simply have to pick their poison.