Seeing walk-ons get recognized for all their hard work is always fun, and Florida State authored one such moment on Tuesday, when it recognized offensive lineman Andrew Boselli’s efforts by making him a scholarship player, once again.
Boselli (6’5, 308), you may recall, was a 2016 signee of the ’Noles, when he redshirted. The son of Jacksonville Jaguar Tony Boselli then contributed in three 2017 games before leaving the program after the season. But he returned for the 2019 campaign, as a walk-on; although he’s shed that status after regaining his scholarship during the special moment captured below, shared with all of his teammates and coaches.
✅Commitment— FSU Football (@FSUFootball) August 27, 2019
✅Dedication#DoSomething | #OneTribe pic.twitter.com/Yg0uf58NVR
Not only is Boselli back on scholarship, he’s beginning the season as the Seminoles’ backup center, per FSU’s first depth chart, released Monday. It’s entirely possible that we see more scholarships awarded this season, as the ’Noles still have some available for the campaign ahead.