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FSU center Andrew Boselli leaves football program

The redshirt sophomore played in three games last season.

Andrew Boselli

Florida State’s offensive line depth has been hit hard this offseason, with one player medically disqualified and another gone for unspecified reasons.

Now, as the Tallahassee Democrat first reported, redshirt sophomore center Andrew Boselli has decided to leave the program as well.

A three-star recruit coming out of high school, Boselli is the son of Jacksonville Jaguars legend Tony Boselli. He redshirted as a freshman in 2016 before playing in three games last year, according to Florida State’s participation sheet.

With his departure, the Seminoles’ returning players at the center position include redshirt senior and longtime starter Alec Eberle, redshirt senior Corey Martinez, and redshirt sophomore Baveon Johnson. In its most recent signing class, Florida State signed four additional offensive linemen: Christian Armstrong, Christian Meadows, Chaz Neal, and Jalen Goss.

Florida State has started its offseason conditioning program, or “Chase” drills, and will officially begin spring practice on March 21.