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Taylor brings instant depth, experience to FSU’s OL

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New head coach Mike Norvell continues to bolster FSU’s roster through the transfer portal.

Florida International offensive tackle Devontay Taylor announced Saturday afternoon that he has committed to FSU as a graduate transfer.

Taylor, who is listed at 6-4 and 305 pounds, will add immediate depth to FSU’s offensive line and will also bring plenty of experience.  The Odessa, Fla., native has started 25 of 26 games over the last two seasons and appeared in 32 games total over the last three seasons for the Panthers.

In addition to FSU, Taylor also considered USF, Temple and Purdue prior to committing to the Seminoles. According to 247Sports, Taylor had offers from Temple, Samford and FIU coming out of Mitchell High School in New Port Richey, Fla.

Taylor joins Texas A&M running back Jashaun Corbin as transfers who announced their intention to join FSU’s football program for the 2020 season. Defensive end Jarrett Jackson is also transferring, from Louisville to FSU.

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  1. Jerry GrayReply

    More great news

  2. christopher coombsReply

    Someone mentioned he graded out very well against Miami this year.

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