3 reasons why QB Jordan Travis will become a solid NFL contributor

Three reasons why Florida State QB Jordan Travis will become a solid NFL contributor.

Mar 1, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA;  Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis (QB13) talks to the
Mar 1, 2024; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis (QB13) talks to the / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports
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We all know that an undefeated ACC champion Florida State was wrongfully left out of the College Football Playoff for a one-loss SEC champion Alabama. The committee stated that the reasoning behind it was the season-ending injury to quarterback Jordan Travis.

Travis finished in the top five on the Heisman Trophy voting. During the 2023 season, the West Palm Beach (FL) native completed 207 of his 324 passes for 2,756 yards and 20 touchdowns with only 2 interceptions.

Even with his exceptional play of the field for the last two seasons in Tallahassee where he led the Seminoles to a combined 23-4 record during that timeframe, that was not the only impact that he had on this university.

Considering that Travis suffered a season-ending injury to his lower body, it is up in the air where he will be drafted. Some mock drafts have him being selected in the 6th round and even some have him going undrafted.

Nonetheless, I want to discuss three reasons why quarterback Jordan Travis will be a solid NFL contributor.