Florida removed from the defensive lineman roster
In the new wave of college football, roster improvements, talent loss and NIL deals are all seen in the transfer portal era.
On Friday, defensive lineman Kwashn Fuller was removed from the Florida state football roster, most likely in anticipation of his intention to transfer.
After spending three seasons as a Seminole, Fuller was an in-depth player primarily on the defensive front of the crowd. He played all 11 games last season and recorded eight tackles (three for the loss) and one sack. From 2019 to 2021, Fort Myers, FL native played a total of 17 games, including 11 tackles, six assists, three tackles for loss and one sack.
After burying for most of the time, he primed for progress on the room chart, beginning to show his potential at the beginning of last season. The best game of his career as a seminal was recorded in early 2021 against Notre Dame as three tackles 1.5 and one sack.
It represents a trend for FSU (and indeed all college football) players such as linebacker Jedarius Green-McKnight, defensive back Jarvis Brownlee, defensive back Hunter Washington, Tight and Kobe Gross, wide receiver Jordan Young and running back Corey Raine. Entered the portal this session.
The Florida defense is one of the main reasons why the fans think the Gators have missed out on a national championship like the SEC and why many have started to get their hands on SEC Championship tickets instead of other tournaments.