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Jordan Travis

#13

Player profile

position
Quarterback
height
6'1"
weight
200
year
Redshirt Sophomore
hometown
West Palm Beach, Fla.
high school
The Benjamin School
other college
Louisville

2019:

Appeared in each of final four games…was 6-of-11 passing for 79 yards…rushed 23 times for 228 yards and three touchdowns and caught one pass for 18 yards…first player in FSU history with 60-yard completion and 60-yard rush in same game…had 63-yard completion and 61-yard rush in 49-12 win vs. Alabama State…finished game vs. Hornets with three completions for 71 yards and four carries for team-best 69 yards…made FSU debut with three carries for team-high 94 yards and two touchdowns in 38-31 victory at Boston College…scored on 66-yard run in fourth quarter to clinch win…rush was longest touchdown run by a quarterback in program history…first play was 26-yard touchdown run on 3rd-and-3…became first FSU quarterback with two rushing touchdowns in a game since EJ Manuel vs. Florida in 2012 and first to lead Seminoles in rushing since Jameis Winston at Boston College in 2013…66-yard touchdown run also was one of three 60-yard touchdowns vs. Eagles, marking only fourth time in program history the Seminoles registered three 60+-yard touchdowns in one game…was 1-for-1 passing for six yards and rushed five times for seven yards and one touchdown at No. 8 Florida…rushed 11 times for 58 yards, caught 18-yard pass and was 2-of-3 passing in Sun Bowl vs. Arizona State.

BEFORE FSU:

Was 4-for-14 passing for 71 yards with one touchdown and gained 40 yards on eight carries while appearing in three games at Louisville during 2018 season…consensus three-star prospect rated as nation’s No. 24 dual-threat quarterback by 247Sports out of high school…named 2017 FHSAA 3-A Player of the Year and Palm Beach Player of the Year…Florida Dairy Farmers Mr. Football Award finalist…led The Benjamin School to eight wins and regional final round of state playoffs senior year…was 130-of-213 passing for 2,190 yards and 24 touchdowns in addition to 70 rushes for 905 yards and 16 touchdowns…was conference’s Offensive Player of the Year as a junior when he threw for 2,017 yards and 21 touchdowns plus rushed for 384 yards and 11 touchdowns while leading Buccaneers to semifinal round of Southeastern Football Conference playoffs…brother, Devon Travis, played baseball at FSU from 2010-12 and currently plays for Toronto Blue Jays.