Reserve running back Corey Wren is no longer with the Florida State football program, a school spokesperson confirmed to the Osceola on Tuesday afternoon. He has entered the transfer portal.
A redshirt sophomore from New Orleans, Wren played in 12 games the last two seasons but did not have a reception (the versatile athlete recently moved from receiver to tailback). Wren had six kickoff returns for 110 yards (an 18.3-yard average) in his career, with a long of 33 yards against Notre Dame.
FSU has a wealth of talent at running back, including Treshaun Ward, Lawrance Toafili, Trey Benson (an Oregon transfer), early enrollee Rodney Hill and DJ Williams.
Wren joins cornerback Jarvis Brownlee as recent Seminoles to enter the transfer portal. Brownlee was on the sideline observing FSU’s Pro Day on Tuesday.