Florida State quarterback Jordan Travis is having an excellent spring.

Travis was officially named as FSU’s starting quarterback earlier this week. On Wednesday, coach Mike Norvell explained that decision and expressed confidence in Travis moving forward.

“We’re always competing, but I think Jordan has clearly established himself as the starting quarterback here at Florida State,” Norvell said on Packer and Durham. “Really excited about what he’s shown and what he’s done.

“You saw the steps that he took throughout the season last year and he’s really taken his game to a new level in this offseason. His understanding of the offense, the finer details and just overall control and command.”

Last season, Travis completed 62.9% of his passes for 1,539 yards and 15 touchdowns. He got off to a bit of a slow start, and initially split time with Mackenzie Milton. However, Travis progressed as the season went along. He threw for 200+ yards in each of Florida State’s final three games.

Travis is also a threat on the ground. He rushed for 530 yards and 7 touchdowns this season.

Florida State’s spring game is on April 9.