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Florida State loses another linebacker to the Transfer Portal

Florida has already seen five scholarship players enter the transfer gate less than two weeks after the end of the regular college football season. On Tuesday morning, reserve quarterback Jaon McCulister announced his intention to enter the gate. McCluster is the third player to leave the program in the past four days, joining DeCalon Brooks and Jaleel McRae.

The Florida-born player signed with Seminole shortly after coach Mike Norville was appointed by Florida State in December 2019. McCulister made one appearance and scored one tackle during his Tallahassee career. It came during FSU’s 56-35 victory in the 2020 season finale against Duke.

McClester hasn’t been able to break through a full-back rotation that has had its fair share of struggles over the past two seasons. During that time, DJ Lundy, his new co-star in the Red Order, has closed a job. McCluster will have three seasons of eligibility left on his next stop.

With the losses of McCluster, Brooks and McRae, Florida State has been reduced to six expected players to return for scholarships for the 2022 season, assuming no further attrition. The Seminoles also have Cortez Andrews, who is a potential scholarship recipient.

The coaching staff has one linebacker, Omar Graham Jr., committed in the 2022 class and is looking to add at least one. They are also expected to continue monitoring the portal to see a good fit become available.

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