If you made it this far, I’m sure you’re not surprised to find Jordan Travis in the No. 1 spot. He’s the heart and soul of this FSU offense.
If he’s removed from the roster, we’re talking about a totally different FSU football team going into 2023.
We likely don’t have Jaheim Bell, Keon Coleman, or Kyle Morlock coming from the transfer portal. Heck, we may not have gotten the offensive linemen either. Nevertheless, the progression of Jordan Travis is something to behold.
I’ve never seen anything like it in college football. He is legitimately one of the best quarterbacks in the country. He’s a guy that converted from a running quarterback to a pocket passer that can scramble if he has to.
I don’t expect Mike Norvell to do it much, but they can still change it up and use him with designed runs when they have to give opposing defenses something else to consider. The additions of offensive weapons and an improved offensive line mean Jordan Travis will have everything at his disposal to feature a truly elite offense in 2023.
I’m curious to see how much Mike Norvell puts on his plate in the passing game. Will they be closer to 50/50 with the run versus the pass with the added receiver weapons? That’s something we may discuss in the future.