Albany's Rashad Greene and Moultrie's Cameron Erving will take a shot at back-to-back national titles.
Florida State announced both players will return for their senior seasons after earning First Team All-ACC honors in 2013.
Greene, a junior wide receiver, led the Seminoles in receptions and receiving yards this season.
"We aren't finished with what we started here at Florida State. These are my brothers and we are continuing to build something special in Tallahassee," Greene says in a statement released by the school. "I know that this is the best decision for my future."
Erving, a redshirt junior offensive tackle, earned First Team All-America honors from Sporting News, USA Today, and SportsIllustrated.com. The former Colquitt County Packer also earned the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the ACC's top blocker.
"We have something really special going on here at Florida State," Erving says in the statement. "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."
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