ESPN lists Florida State in Top-10 of Future Quarterback Room Power Rankings

For the second straight season, Florida State enters the year with Jordan Travis as the unquestioned starting quarterback. Travis has earned his spot with his development on and off the field. He’ll leave Tallahassee as one of the top signal-callers to ever come through the program.

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That stability and familiarity is an asset for the Seminoles as it’ll allow the coaching staff to push the other players in the room to see if they have what it takes to replace Travis once he concludes his college career.

With players such as redshirt junior Tate Rodemaker, redshirt freshman AJ Duffy, and true freshman Brock Glenn waiting in the wings, the future of Florida State’s quarterback room appears to be promising. That isn’t going unnoticed around the country.

Earlier this week, ESPN unveiled its college football future power rankings for the quarterback position. The goal of the list was to project the top-25 quarterback rooms in the country during the next three seasons (2023, 2024, 2025).

After missing out on making the list last year, Florida State came in at No. 9, according to ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg.

“Travis’ progression is impressive but not entirely surprising, especially given coach Mike Norvell’s track record with quarterbacks. Last fall, Travis more than doubled his passing yards production from 2021, and threw 24 touchdowns against only five interceptions while adding seven