Appeared in four games with one start…Seminole Scholar…started 41-24 win vs. Jacksonville State, blocking for offense that totaled 263 rushing yards and 268 passing yards and scored five rushing touchdowns…offense output vs. Gamecocks was FSU’s first game with 250 yards rushing and passing since 2016…blocked as offense converted 62.5 percent of 3rd downs vs. Jacksonville State, FSU’s highest third-down percentage with at least 10 conversions since 2016…also saw action vs. Georgia Tech, at Louisville and in 56-35 win vs. Duke.
Appeared in 10 games with two starts at center…helped pave way for Cam Akers to become only third running back in program history with multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons…protected passers who combined to tie for 22nd nationally with 64.6 completion percentage…made first start of the season in 35-17 win vs. Syracuse…helped block as FSU scored five rushing touchdowns against an ACC opponent for the first time since 2016 and Cam Akers tied program’s single-game record with four rushing scores against Orange…also started 38-31 victory at Boston College, where offense averaged 9.2 yards per play and had three offensive touchdowns of at least 60 yards for only the second time in program history…yards-per-play average was highest for FSU since 2013…missed games vs. Miami and Alabama State due to injury.
Spent time contributing to the scout team.
Redshirt season – made two appearances early in the season against Charleston Southern and Louisville.
Consensus three-star offensive line prospect who committed to Florida State in April 2015…rated one of the Top 100 players in Florida by 247Sports (No. 68) and ESPN (No. 84)…tabbed one of the nation’s Top 50 offensive guard prospects by Scout, ESPN and 247Sports, including No. 26 by 247…made name for himself with standout prep career first at the Providence School before playing at the Episcopal School…collected Class 3A first-team All-State honors in 2015 after nabbing second-team accolades in 2014…son of former Jacksonville Jaguars star offensive tackle Tony Boselli…chose FSU over LSU, Duke and Miami among several offers…majoring in finance.