Renardo Green is a veteran contributor for Florida State and an All-ACC performer from the 2023 season. However, he joined the growing list of Seminoles that will not play in the Orange Bowl.

Tuesday evening, Green confirmed he’s going to forego the matchup with Georgia in the postseason. He will head to the 2024 NFL Draft after 5 seasons at FSU, including the last 2 as a major contributor.

“To my teammates, I will never forget the memories made on and off the field with the greatest guys anyone could ask for,” wrote Green. “I will cherish them forever.

“After much time and prayer with my family, I have decided to forego the bowl game and enter the 2024 NFL Draft.”

This season, Green compiled 43 total tackles, 2.5 TFL and led the Seminoles with 13 pass breakups. He was named a second-team All-ACC selection after leading the secondary.

Green was not the only player whose status was revealed on Tuesday. Florida State dropped its official depth chart for the Orange Bowl, and fellow defensive back Jarrian Jones was not listed.

With QB Tate Rodemaker hitting the transfer portal, the Seminoles are dangerously thin on production across the board for the Orange Bowl. Trey Benson, Keon Coleman, Johnny Wilson, Jared Verse and Jaheim Bell were some of the key Seminoles to either announce plans to forego the Orange Bowl or not appear on the depth chart.