FSU football has several signees from the 2024 recruiting class participating in the Orange Bowl practices versus the Georgia Bulldogs.
Some of the signees that are practicing include quarterback Luke Kromenhoek, wide receivers BJ Gibson and Camdon Frier, as well as cornerbacks Charles Lester III and Cai Bates.
However, one of the important ones to note is former four-star signal caller Luke Kromenhoek from Savannah (GA). The Florida State Seminoles have been hit with bad news on Christmas Day as redshirt junior quarterback Tate Rodemaker has decided to enter the transfer portal and will not play in the Orange Bowl.
The Seminoles are now down to two scholarship quarterbacks on the roster with true freshman Brock Glenn and signee Luke Kromenhoek. While it will likely be a game where Florida State will battle through high levels of adversity given that they will be missing offensive pieces such as running backs Trey Benson and Rodney Hill, wide receivers Johnny Wilson and Keon Coleman, tight ends Jaheim Bell and Markeston Douglas, and offensive lineman Bless Harris.
However, the Seminoles have to do their best with what they are given. One bright side that the fan base could focus on is the fact that the talented 2024 signee Luke Kromenhoek will able to get acclimated to the offensive playbook. While the Savannah (GA) native will most likely not have a realistic chance to start until the 2025 season, this could be massive for his development.
Both head football coach Mike Norvell and quarterbacks coach Tony Tokarz will be able to have some hands-on training with Kromenhoek. It is certainly beneficial that he is an early enrollee.
While it does not seem like it now, the future of the quarterback position looks bright for the Florida State Seminoles with the likes of Brock Glenn, Luke Kromenhoek, and potentially Tramell Jones Jr. (four-star 2025 commit).