More roster news comes for the Florida State Seminoles today, as offensive lineman Thomas Shrader has entered the transfer portal. The redshirt junior appeared in a reserve role at FSU while constantly dealing with injuries.
From his FSU bio:
Saw action in season-opening 47-7 win vs. Duquesne…Seminole Scholar.
Worked with FSU’s scout team…ACC Honor Roll…Seminole Scholar.
Appeared in four games with one start…ACC Honor Roll…started at left guard at North Carolina State, part of offensive line that featured four freshmen…was first time FSU started four freshmen on offensive line since 2011 Champs Sports Bowl…made collegiate debut at No. 12 Miami…also saw action vs. Pitt and in 56-35 win vs. Duke.
Three-star rated as nation’s No. 13 center and 75th overall prospect in Florida by 247Sports…versatile lineman who can play multiple positions…as a senior helped Venice advance to semifinal round of 7A state playoffs while blocking for offense that rushed for nearly 3,000 yards and averaged 32.8 points per game…junior year blocked for offense that averaged 43.1 points per game and achieved near-perfect balance, rushing for 2,892 yards and passing for 2,790 yards as Indians won 11 games and advanced to semifinal round of state playoffs…won state title as a sophomore, blocking for offense that averaged 39.5 points per game, passed for 3,145 yards and added 2,982 yards on the ground…also played basketball at Venice…selected Seminoles prior to senior season over Louisville and Boston College.