Florida State offensive lineman Andrew Boselli is entering the transfer portal, per a report from 247sports.com’s Chris Hummer:
Florida State o-lineman Andrew Boselli, the son of former NFL Pro Bowler Tony Boselli, is in the portal as a grad transfer, per @chris_hummer. He's made a combined three starts the last two years. https://t.co/NDafGirecs— 247Sports Transfer Portal (@247SportsPortal) December 2, 2020
Boselli, the son of legendary Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Tony Boselli, is a redshirt senior and will enter the portal as a grad-transfer. Boselli came to FSU as a 3-star as part of Jimbo Fisher’s 2016 recruiting class. The Jacksonville native is the fourth Seminole this week to either enter the transfer portal or opt out of the season.
Boselli appeared in 10 games last season, including two starts at center, but missed games late in the season due to injury. He was part of a three-way battle for center this fall, after he and his family battled the COVID-19 during the summer, eventually losing the starting job to redshirt freshman Maurice Smith. He made one start this year, against Jacksonville State and also saw time against Georgia Tech and Louisville this season. In total, he’s played just 86 snaps, after 228 in 2019.