Former Florida State Quarterback has Officially Appears In NCAA Transfer Portal

The former Florida State quarterback has officially entered the NCAA transfer portal The former Seminole can communicate with other subjects as it searches for its next home.

   Florida State Seminoles Florida State fans were shocked when the program lost its second straight season after news broke on Christmas Day that redshirt junior Tate Rodemaker would enter the NCAA transfer portal.

   This move allows the Seminoles to have one of their quarterbacks (freshman Brock Glenn) on the roster as they prepare for the Orange Bowl. On Thursday morning, Rodmaker officially appeared in the transfer database. Now you can communicate with other subjects  while searching for your next home. Rodemaker is supposed to have one season left.

  The Georgia native spent four years in Tallahassee after signing with the program as first baseman for coach Mike Norvelland. Rodemaker took over the game after Jordan Travis was out for the year, but suffered an injury that kept him out of the ACC tournament. Over the past few weeks, the Seminoles have been pushing hard for a chance to make it to the top of the seventh.

     The coaching staff also welcomed former Washington State star Cameron Ward and former Oregon State standout DJ Uiagalelei for official visits in early December. Florida State is clearly looking to improve its standing in 2024, and that seems to rub Rodemaker the wrong way. FSU will have to rely on freshman Brock Glenn and freshman Luke Kromenhoek to add another point guard next year or risk it.

   During his career at Florida State, Rodemaker appeared in 22 games, including three starts, completing 68 of 118 passes for 901 yards and seven touchdowns and five interceptions. He made two starts in the past two seasons, leading the Seminoles to wins at Louisville and Florida.

   Outside of Rodemaker, the Seminoles have quarterback AJ Duffy (San Diego State), running back Rodney Hill (FAMU), running back CJ Campbell (FAU), tight end Markeston Douglas (Arizona State), tight end Preston Daniel and lineman Bless. . Harris (TCU), Thomas Schrader, offensive lineman, Daughtry Richardson (FAU), Qaea shon Sapp (FAMU), Malcolm Ray, Ayobami Tipase, Backer DJ Lundy (Colorado), Dylan.

   Brown Turner and kicker Tyler Keltner enter the lobby. Quarterback Patrick Payton previously said he wanted to, but that comment was deleted on social media and has not yet officially appeared in the database.

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