Prior to Sunday, Andrew Boselli, the son of former Jacksonville Jaguars Pro Bowl left tackle Tony Boselli, was a center for the Florida State football program.
The upcoming redshirt sophomore played in two games before redshirting in 2016 and then didn’t see the field at all in 2017. Now, according to a report from Wayne E. McGahee III of the Tallahassee Democrat, Boselli is leaving Florida State for an undisclosed reason.
Boselli was originally recruited out of Episcopal in Jacksonville. The 3-star prospect was ranked as the No. 31 offensive guard in the Class of 2016, the No. 103 overall player in the State of Florida and the No. 726 prospect nationally.
He chose Florida State over offers from Miami, Penn State, LSU, Colorado and Missouri, to name a few. However, it didn’t appear that he would be a major factor at center with Alec Eberle and Corey Martinez returning.
At the moment, it’s unclear whether Boselli will seek a transfer. But unless he’s over two years ahead on his academic schedule, he’ll have to sit out for a year as a transfer student if he wants to continue to play in the FBS.
Boselli would be eligible to play immediately if he chose to transfer to a lower division of college football.
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