With a blanket extra year of eligibility granted after the 2020 athletic year, there are numerous athletes who are weighing decisions to leave school, transfer elsewhere or return for another season.
Florida State, with only a select number of players seeing eligibility expire after the year concludes, is awaiting the decision of some major names who could either pursue opportunities elsewhere, test the NFL Draft waters or run it back with the Seminoles for a potentially big year in 2023.
As players announce, we’ll keep track here, posting updates on who is either departing Tallahassee or returning for another year in garnet and gold — for conversation about incoming recruits and potential transfers, head on over to our official FSU recruiting thread.
Offensive lineman Rod Orr (Toledo Rockets)
Offensive lineman Lloyd Willis (Marshall Thundering Herd)
Defensive lineman Shambre Jackson (Massachusetts Minutemen)
Defensive lineman George Wilson (Campbell Fighting Camels)
Defensive back Demorie Tate (transfer portal)
Defensive back Malik Feaster (Memphis Tigers)
Defensive back Jammie Robinson (NFL Draft)
According to our research, these are the players who have no eligibility left: Jarques McClellion, Camm McDonald, Pokey Wilson, Leonard Warner III, Robert Cooper, D’Mitri Emmanuel (thought to be applying for a waiver), Jazston Turnentine, and Dillan Gibbons.