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Markeston Douglas enters transfer portal

Douglas played in 30 games during his three-season stint in Tallahassee

Peyton Baker/Tomahawk Nation

Florida State will be losing another tight end and fan favorite, as Markeston “Biscuit” Douglas will be entering the transfer portal:

Douglas played in 30 games during his three-season stint in Tallahassee, recording 25 catches for 326 yards and four touchdowns, all during the last two seasons.

The coaching and strength staff helped Douglas reshape his body and transform into a viable weapon at tight end, and he quickly became a fan favorite. He will now seek a new home to finish out his college career.

FSU bio

2022:

Played in all 13 games with four starts…made 14 catches for 190 yards and two touchdowns…had career-high four receptions for 50 yards and one touchdown in 35-32 Cheez-It Bowl victory vs. Oklahoma…touchdown grab gave FSU 32-25 lead with 7:22 remaining in game…recorded career-high 52 receiving yards on two catches vs. No. 4 Clemson…receptions vs. Tigers were for 29 and 23 yards, two longest catches of his career…caught two passes for 22 yards and added two-point conversion catch vs. No. 22 Wake Forest…had two catches for 27 yards and first collegiate touchdown in 49-17 win vs. Louisiana…made first collegiate reception for eight yards in 24-23 win vs. LSU…caught two passes for 17 yards in 38-3 win at Syracuse…made 14-yard reception in 45-3 victory at Miami…in addition to Cheez-It Bowl and vs. Wake Forest, also started in season-opening 47-7 win vs. Duquesne and 35-31 win at Louisville.

2021:

Appeared in four games…did not record any statistics…made collegiate debut vs. Jacksonville State…also saw action vs. Syracuse, vs. UMass and vs. North Carolina State.

2020:

Did not appear in any games.

BEFORE FSU:

Three-star prospect in 247Sports Composite…rated as No. 46 prospect in Tennessee by 247Sports Composite…only played one season of high school football…helped lead Haywood to 13 wins and semifinal round of 4A state playoffs…was standout basketball player for Tomcats, averaging double-double on the court…named to Class AA all-state team as a junior…helped Haywood reach semifinal round of state tournament his freshman year…high school teammate of fellow signee Darion Williamson…selected Florida State over Michigan State.