Jordan Travis announces plans for 2023 season
Jordan Travis is returning to Florida State in 2023 for his final year of eligibility.
Travis made that announcement on Monday evening.
Here it is:
— Jordan Travis (@jordantrav13) December 6, 2022
“We’re not done yet,” Travis said in the video. “See y’all in 2023.”
Travis is coming off of a career year with the Seminoles. Through 12 games, he has thrown for 2,796 yards, 22 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He’s also rushed for another 367 yards and 7 scores on the ground.
Perhaps more importantly, Travis led FSU to its best season in several years. Florida State won more than 7 games in a season for the first time since 2016. The Noles have a chance to get to 10 wins with a Cheez-It Bowl victory over Oklahoma later this month.
Coach Mike Norvell also commented on Travis’ decision:
👀 Run it back!! So honored to be on this journey with you @jordantrav13 what a great representative of our program and a tremendous teammate/leader. Excited for the future and the opportunity that lies ahead. Going to be special! #NoleFamily #KeepCLIMBing https://t.co/4NMwEIyCR4
— Mike Norvell (@Coach_Norvell) December 6, 2022
Travis will enter next season as one of the favorites to win ACC Player of the Year. He was named second-team All-ACC this season behind only North Carolina quarterback Drake Maye.
With his return, Florida State could be one of the highest-ranked teams in the country entering next season.
Florida State faces Oklahoma in the Cheez-It Bowl on Dec. 29.