Florida State sophomore wide receiver Isaiah Bolden, who entered the transfer portal in September, announced he has transferred to Jackson State.
“Twenty-twenty has been one crazy year,” Bolden said in a video he published on his personal Twitter account Tuesday morning. “I never saw myself wanting to leave Florida State. I want to say I have had a great three years in Tallahassee, made friendships that will last forever. I want to say I appreciate everyone that has helped me along the way, from injuries and to other obstacles. And to my former teammates, it kills me not to be out there with you guys. I wish you all success. And to my former coaches, I appreciate the opportunity you gave me and lessons you once taught me. And now, I have made my decision to transfer to…”
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Bolden began his FSU career as a defensive back and made his first career start there in the Sun Bowl against Arizona State last year. He recorded nine tackles with two pass breakups and an interception as a redshirt freshman in 13 games.
The 6-2, 196-pound athlete also a kick returner for the Seminoles.