Jordan Travis will have 4,000 all-purpose yards
"The health of Jordan Travis will determine if this comes to fruition. Folks will read that and research his numbers from last year, with Travis amassing just over 3,600 yards in 13 games. However, Travis has many things favoring an uptick in production. The combination of the coaches putting more on his shoulders and his knowledge of the offense should give him more opportunities through the air. The talent infusion at wide receiver and tight-end should account for more explosive plays, and Travis can still do damage with his legs when he need to. FSU won’t face many top defenses. Not to mention, Travis faces a top 30 defense at worst each day in practice. I think we’ll see a slight uptick in his pass attempts this year and improvement in completion percentage. I think he’ll average 29 pass attempts for 285 yards per game. He’d need to get 600 rushing yards to reach 4,000 total yards at that point. I’m not sure he’ll stay in some games long enough to reach these numbers. However, the offense might be so good that he can reach them in three quarters."
Jordan Travis getting hurt made this impossible, but I’m not sure I would have hit this one.
Jordan Travis didn’t run as much as I thought he would this year, and his receivers left a lot of yards on the fields from drops.
Travis missed some opportunities in the passing game a few times. Travis finished the season just over 2,900 total yards. Could he have gotten about 970 yards in the three games he had left?
It’s possible since Florida’s defense was terrible, and he probably would have eventually lit North Alabama up. Unfortunately, we’ll never know or get to see Jordan Travis in the garnet and gold again.