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Daughtry Richardson enters transfer portal

Richardson spent two season in Tallahassee

Florida State football will be losing an offensive lineman, as Daughtry Richardson announced that he’s entering the transfer portal.

Richardson spent two season in Tallahassee, playing in two games his true freshman campaign and one game this season. He will now seek a new home to find more playing time.

From his FSU bio:


Appeared in two games…made collegiate debut in season-opening 47-7 win vs. Duquesne…also saw action in 49-17 win vs. Louisiana…redshirted 2022 season.


Rated as four-star prospect, No. 32 offensive tackle nationally and No. 39 overall prospect in Florida by ESPN…ranked 37th among country’s offensive tackles and 60th overall prospect from Florida by Rivals…rated as No. 46 offensive tackle nationally and 78th overall prospect from Florida on 247 Composite…247Sports ranked him 71st among all offensive tackle prospects and 93rd overall prospect in Florida…helped lead Miami Central to 5A state championship game, blocking for Rockets’ offense that is averaging 41.2 points per game in 2021…played at Miami Edison his junior season as Red Raiders averaged 31.3 points per game and advanced to regional final round of 3A state playoffs…originally from Tallahassee, attended Godby High School his first two years and helped Cougars advance to regional final round of 5A state playoffs his sophomore season.