It was a mixed bag for Florida State football on Thursday, as the Seminoles got some good news and some bad news. First, it came out that safety Hamsah Nasirildeen looks to be coming back for his senior season— defensive tackle Marvin Wilson alluded to Nas’ return in an interview on Packer and Durham in the morning. Nasirildeen has been FSU’s leading tackler in each of the last two seasons.
But more recently, tight end Tre’ McKitty took to Twitter, announcing his intention to enter the transfer portal. McKitty does still plan to graduate from FSU, so he’ll be a grad transfer and can play for his new program immediately. Over three seasons in Tallahassee, McKitty had 50 catches for 520 yards and a pair of scores.
McKitty’s exit, coupled with Gabe Nabers’ graduation, means that the only scholarship tight end presently on the roster will be junior Camren McDonald. Three-star TE Carter Boatwright has also enrolled early at Florida State as well.