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Two FSU Seminoles enter names into transfer portal

Two Florida State Seminoles have entered the transfer portal a few days following the conclusion of spring practice.

Former FSU reserves wideout Jordan Young and defensive back Hunter Washington are both transferring out of the program.

The news was reported first by Matt Zenitz of On3Sports.

A four-star signee, Washington was one of the highest-rated recruits in FSU's 2021 class coming out of high school.

Washington redshirted during his true freshman season in 2021. He saw action in one game as a Seminole, in FSU's 59-3 victory over UMass.

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FSU loses former four-star signee Hunter Washington to the transfer portal.
FSU loses former four-star signee Hunter Washington to the transfer portal. (Gene Williams, Warchant.com)

Washington arrived at FSU out of Katy, Texas, and was rated as the nation's No. 17 cornerback and a Rivals250 prospect out of high school.

He was not expected to be on the Seminoles’ two-deep depth chart this fall.

Meanwhile Young, a 2018 signee under Willie Taggart, redshirted his freshman year before going on to catch 15 passes across the past three seasons. Young hauled in the first touchdown of his career against UMass in 2021.

A valuable reserve, Young finished his FSU career with 15 receptions for 184 yards and one score.

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