Jersey numbers, measurements for FSU football first 21 registrants

After Florida State officially announced the last of its first registrants on Thursday, the FSU updated the football team’s online roster with measurements and jersey numbers for all new Seminoles.

Between transfers and incoming freshmen, 21 of FSU’s 25 commitments in 2022 are already on campus. Here are their jersey numbers and preliminary measurements ahead of their first spring camp as the Seminoles.

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  • West Virginia transfer wide receiver Winston Wright Jr. is 5-foot-10, 180 pounds and will wear number 3.
  • Oregon transfer receiver Mycah Pittman is 5-foot-11, 205 pounds and will wear number 4.
  • Illinois transfer receiver Deuce Spann is 6-foot-4, 195 pounds and will wear number 5.
  • Albany transfer defensive end Jared Verse is 6-foot-4, 250 pounds and will also wear No. 5.
  • First-year quarterback AJ Duffy is 6-foot-2, 223 pounds and will wear number 10.
  • Freshman safety Sam McCall is 6-foot-1, 182 pounds and will wear number 11.
  • Arizona State transfer wide receiver Johnny Wilson is 6-foot-7, 225 pounds and will wear number 14.
  • UCF transfer linebacker Tatum Bethune is 6-foot-1, 225 and will wear number 15.
November 27, 2021;  Lawrence, Kansas, USA;  Kansas Jayhawks safety Kenny Logan Jr. (1) breaks up a pass intended for West Virginia Mountaineers receiver Winston Wright Jr. (1) during the first half at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff - USA TODAY Sports
  • A true freshman defensive back, Azareyeh Thomas is 6-foot-2, 181 pounds and will wear number 20.
  • Louisville transfer defensive back Greedy Vance is 5-foot-11, 175 pounds and will wear number 21.
  • Freshman running back Rodney Hill is 5-foot-10, 180 pounds and will wear number 29.
  • Freshman linebacker Omar Graham Jr. is 6-foot-1, 225 pounds and will wear number 36.
  • Wisconsin transfer offensive lineman Kayden Lyles is 6-foot-3, 315 pounds and will wear number 54.
  • First-year defensive end Aaron Hester is 6-foot-2, 235 pounds and will wear number 57.
  • Lamar’s transfer offensive lineman, Bless Harris, is 6-foot-5, 315 pounds and will wear number 58.
  • Freshman offensive lineman Kanaya Charlton is 6-foot-5, 355 pounds and will wear number 69.
  • Freshman offensive lineman Daughtry Richardson is 6-foot-5, 285 pounds and will wear number 78.
  • Freshman tight end Brian Courtney is 6-foot-3, 230 pounds and will wear number 86.
  • First-year defensive lineman Bishop Thomas is 6-foot-2, 290 pounds and will wear number 90.
  • First-year defensive lineman Daniel Lyons is 6-foot-5, 275 pounds and will wear number 95.
  • First-year defensive lineman Dante Anderson is 6-foot-3, 215 pounds and will wear number 96.

Additionally, a few returning Seminoles will wear new numbers this season.

  • Redshirt second-year running back Ja’Khi Douglas is changing from number 22 to number 0, the number vacated by Jashaun Corbin.
  • Redshirt senior defensive back Jarques McClellion will drop from No. 16 to No. 1 for his final year of eligibility.
  • After his breakout season in 2021, redshirt junior linebacker Kalen DeLoach will drop from No. 20 to No. 4.
  • Third-year defensive end Derrick McLendon will also join the club in single digits, dropping his number 55 to become number 9 next season.
  • After establishing himself as a true freshman, defensive back Omarion Cooper will become No. 12 after one season as No. 37.
  • Redshirt junior safety Brendan Gant is stepping down from his single-digit No. 5 and will now wear No. 28.
  • Sophomore redshirt punter Alex Mastromanno will officially wear the No. 29 he wore for the majority of the 2021 season in 2022.
  • Redshirt second year Demorie Tate will also move from No.12 his first two seasons to No.31 in 2022.

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