FSU football: 4 major takeaways from first week 2024 spring camp

Ehsan Kassim/Tallahassee Democrat / USA
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QB Room Looks Good

One of the biggest questions this spring is how transfer quarterback DJ Uiagalelei would integrate himself into the offense. Another question was how much would Brock Glenn legitimatel push Uiagalelei for the starting job? Also, how much progress could freshman Luke Kromenhoek make this spring as an early enrollee? It sounds like Uiagalelei's college experience is shortning the learning curve with his second new offense in as many years. Brock Glenn's familiarity of the offense from being on the team last year has him in a good spot.

Luke Kromenhoek looks like he's acclimating well to the offense through three practices. One thing to note is Mike Norvell indicated they have been heavy on installations at practice. It's something FSU coaches have done a lot last spring, which gets all three guys more reps regarding what they're trying to do offensively. This approach helps Uiagalelai for the upcoming season, but expedites things for Glenn and Kromenhoek, the future at the position. I don't expect much of a drop-off, if at all from the QB position in 2024. It might be an upgrade if Uiagalelei, the offensive line, and wide receivers find chemistry.