FSU football: Three positives about the Noles' 2024 recruiting class

Three positives about Florida State football's 2024 recruiting class that fans should take into consideration.

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Florida State has had its fair share of quarterback decommitments in the past couple of recruiting cycles with players such as Jeff Sims, Nicco Marchiol, Luke Altmyer, and Chris Parson.

However, Class of 2024 four-star quarterback signee Luke Kromenhoek from Benedictine Military School in Savannah (GA) was offered by Florida State on June 18, 2021, before he was even a starting signal caller for his high school. The Seminoles' coaching staff placed a high level of confidence in his ability to be successful and the Georgia native committed to Florida State on March 26, 2022.

The coaching staff's ability to recruit and evaluate as Kromenhoek had a phenomenal first season as the starter where he recorded over 3,000+ total yards with 31 touchdowns and only four interceptions. He then followed it up in the 2023 season, as a senior, with 3,100+ total yards with 31 touchdowns and only two interceptions.

Florida State currently projects to have three scholarship quarterbacks on the roster for the 2024 season with redshirt senior Tate Rodemaker, redshirt freshman Brock Glenn, and true freshman Luke Kromenhoek. This give the Seminoles another talented option at the position.