According to a report from 247Sports, a pair of quarterbacks from the class of 2024 picked up scholarship offers earlier this week while visiting the University of Florida.
One of those names was three-star Benedictine Military School (Savannah, Georgia) quarterback and Florida State commit Luke Kromenhoek. He broke down the unofficial visit which featured plenty of time with head coach Billy Napier.
“It was like a private workout,” Kromenhoek said. “It was me and one other quarterback and we worked out with all the coaches watching us. We both ended up getting an offer that day. It was a great time and I enjoyed spending some time with the coaches and getting to know them.”
Napier and Kromenhoek got to sit down and go over plays and protections after the workout, giving the rising junior a better idea of what it would be like to be Gators rather than a Nole. He said that he’s solidly committed to Florida State right now, but he’s also exploring all of his options as FSU’s staff has suggested.
Ole Miss, Penn State, Tennessee and Virginia were the other schools he mentioned, but he still hasn’t seen them in person. However, there’s no guarantee that Florida is the leader to flip him either.
Kromenhoek is ranked No. 39 among quarterbacks in the class of 2024 on the 247Sports composite. He could see jump after his junior year if things go really well, but Napier liked what he saw enough to make the offer.
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