Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis has been granted immediate eligibility, the program announced Monday.
Travis arrives from Louisville, where as a freshman he appeared in three games and completed 4-of-14 passes for 71 yards with a touchdown and an interception. All four of his completions came in the same game, a 66-31 loss to Georgia Tech.
“We are excited for Jordan and thankful to the people who examined his situation and reason for his transfer,” head coach Willie Taggart said. “Specifically, we want to thank FSU’s compliance office, the Committee for Legislative Relief, the ACC faculty athletics representatives and the University of Louisville for their cooperation. This has been a long but deliberate process, and we are happy to achieve closure on Jordan’s situation.”
Travis will be needed depth behind junior starter James Blackmon. The Seminoles now have three transfers in their quarterback room as Travis joins Wisconsin transfer Alex Hornibrook and Western Michigan’s Wyatt Rector.
The West Palm Beach, Fla., native will compete this season as a redshirt freshman with four years of eligibility remaining.