Two thoughts here, based on recent developments and possibilities:
1. It's interesting that the ACC coaches place (barely) Miami ahead of FSU, whereas the ESPN/USA Today coaches poll has FSU in preseason top 25, giving Miami only 2 votes total. I continue to believe Miami is a better bet than FSU - in terms of what I know about each team's talent/experience/depth. But I now recognize that FSU has a whole bunch of new guys about whom I am clueless, including several real tall fellows. So it seems to me that FSU is more of a wild-card than is Miami, with a solid upside if any of the 7+ footers comes through. But right now, none of the 7+ footers has played a minute of DI ball. In terms of talent/experience/depth, Miami looks better. In terms of potential, FSU might have a higher ceiling.
2. Md may get a substantial boost, if Dez Wells is eligible immediately.