Jordan Travis is one of the 14 quarterbacks who have been invited to the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine.

The former Florida State passer is recovering from a gruesome leg injury that abruptly ended his senior season in Tallahassee. Specific details about Travis’ injury haven’t been disclosed, but he underwent successful surgery in late November and has been rehabbing since.

He shared a rehab photo on social media in early January that showed him out of a cast doing some ankle mobility work with a band and a caption “see y’all soon.”

Travis was at the East-West Shrine Bowl practices in a walking boot. He got off crutches shortly before traveling for the event.

“We’re taking steps,” Travis said at the Shrine Bowl, per The Athletic’s Chris Vannini. “At this moment, I get to wake up in the morning, so I’m blessed, and I’ll have a smile on my face no matter what. I’ll be out here pretty soon.”

It’s not immediately clear what Travis will be able to participate in at the Combine, but at the very least he’ll be able to meet with teams for interviews.

Travis will be joined in Indianapolis by FSU running back Trey Benson; wideouts Keon Coleman and Johnny Wilson; tight end Jaheim Bell; defensive linemen Braden Fiske, Fabien Lovett Sr., and Jared Verse; linebackers Tatum Bethune and Kalen DeLoach; and defensive backs Renardo Green and Jarrian Jones.

The 12 Seminoles invited to the event are the most from any ACC team. Clemson is the next closest with six invites. A year after sending only one player to the Combine, the ‘Noles have their largest contingent since the 2015 Combine.

The full list of invitees can be found here. The Combine runs from Feb. 26 through March 4. Coverage of the event will be shown on NFL Network each day.