JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Episcopal junior offensive lineman Andrew Boselli, the son of former Jacksonville Jaguars great Tony Boselli, has committed to Florida State University.
Boselli (6-foot-4, 295 pounds) had his choice of a number of big time Division I programs including Florida State, California, LSU, Miami, Mississippi State, Penn State and Georgia. However, Boselli announced his decision to go to Florida State late Thursday night via his twitter account.
Extremely excited to announce that I have committed to Florida State University #Seminoles
— Andrew Bo (@AndrewBoselli) April 17, 2015
A 3-star recruit, Boselli joins a 2016 FSU recruiting class that already ranks as number one in the nation. 247sports has him as the 36th ranked offensive guard in the country coming out next year. However, according to Justin Barney of the Florida Times-Union, the Seminoles like Boselli at center.
Loving Tally🔥 pic.twitter.com/QMhelSFun5
— Andrew Bo (@AndrewBoselli) February 28, 2015
Boselli played his first three high school seasons at Providence. However, he transferred to Episcopal for next season where they’ll play for former Jaguars quarterback, Mark Brunell, who his dad blocked for during his time in with the Jags.
— Tony Boselli (@TonyBoselli) April 17, 2015