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Florida State football: OL Christian Meadows medically disqualified

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The offensive lineman signed in 2018.

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Florida State Seminoles football offensive lineman Christian Meadows has been medically disqualified and ruled unable to continue playing football, Tomahawk Nation has learned.

He has been removed from Florida State’s online roster.

The redshirt sophomore had dealt with injuries since signing with Florida State in 2018, and had failed to log a snap on the field.

The disqualification continues a trend of roster turnover for the Seminoles, who have lost offensive lineman Mike Arnold to the portal and punter Logan Tyler to Arizona State in the last week.

From his official Florida State bio:

Aggressive offensive lineman rated as a four-star prospect by 247 and ESPN … ranked No. 79 overall in ESPN300 and the No. 5 offensive guard … Under Armour All-American … led Macon County to the regional championship in the Georgia A tournament … blocked for offense that averaged 344 yards per game … helped lead Macon County to the state championship as a junior … named all-state by the Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Georgia Sportswriters Association following his junior season … chose Florida State over offers from Miami, Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi State, among others … committed to FSU in July 2016.

Keep track of all of Florida State’s roster needs and recruiting prospects via our Florida State Seminoles football recruiting tracker, or head to our recruiting thread to talk about possible replacements for the offensive lineman.