Florida State is definitely presenting some challenges early on for new head coach Willie Taggart.
In addition to filling out his staff, recruiting, and dealing with players leaving early for the NFL Draft, Taggart has had to deal with a few players leaving the program via other means. On Sunday, the Tallahassee Democrat reported that Florida State had suffered yet another loss on that end, as offensive lineman Andrew Boselli was expected to leave the program.
Boselli, a former three-star recruit, is the son of former NFL player Tony Boselli. Boselli played in three games last season against Delaware State, Florida, and Louisiana-Monroe.
The hit for Florida State comes after two offensive lineman had been medically disqualified earlier this month.
Florida State will hope to offset these losses with their 2018 recruiting class that includes four-star guard Christian Meadows and three-star tackles Christian Armstrong and Jalen Goss. However, it never hurts to have too many offensive lineman, and now the Seminoles will have to figure out how to work around losing another one less than a month before spring practices begin.