Florida State’s offensive line continues to take shape in the offseason with some incoming transfers. One lineman is also evaluating his options: Chaz Neal has entered the transfer portal.
The redshirt sophomore has made his decision to look at other schools. News of his decision was first reported by Noles247 and confirmed by an FSU spokesperson to the Osceola.
Neal played in 19 games the last two seasons mostly on special teams units for field-goal attempts and extra-point attempts. He has been viewed as a developmental project and has often been used as a second-team offensive tackle in the open portions of spring practices. There remains the potential for Neal to return to FSU although it is likely he is seeking more playing time at another school.
FSU has added Notre Dame graduate transfer Dillan Gibbons in the last few weeks and is also pursuing Marshall transfer Cain Madden.