Former Miami offensive lineman John Campbell announced an official visit to Florida State on Sunday night.

In a Twitter post, Campbell showed himself in a full Florida State uniform during his visit to Tallahassee:

Last week, Campbell announced he will transfer from Miami and look for a new college football team. Campbell is the 17th player to transfer from Miami in the offseason. He spent 5 seasons at Miami and will maximize his eligibility for a 6th college football season.

Despite the intense rivalry between Miami and Florida State, Campbell is not letting that get in the way of his recruitment in the transfer portal. He could be comfortable with remaining in the ACC for his final year of college football.

This season, Campbell returned from a leg injury that sidelined him for the entire 2021 season. In 2022, Campbell played left tackle and he started 11 games for the Hurricanes. One of his starts included the Nov. 5 game against Florida State at Hard Rock Stadium.

Campbell finished his time at Miami with 33 games played and 17 starts. The 2022 season was his only season playing for Miami head coach Mario Cristobal. If Campbell commits to Florida State, he will be joining a team that finished the regular season with a 9-3 record.

Florida State will face Oklahoma in the Cheez-It Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 29 at 5:30 p.m. ET.