The Florida State's quarterback depth chart for this fall has just taken a little more depth.
Former Wisconsin star Alex Hornibrook, who made an official visit to FSU this weekend, is committed to the Seminoles, a source confirmed Sunday by Warchant.com.
Hornibrook started 32 games in Wisconsin and recorded a 26-6 record.
The UFS sends second student James Blackman to the expected departing position this fall, along with Nolan McDonald and Jordan Travis, who have been transferred to Louisville, and who will need an NCAA waiver to be eligible in 2019.
Hornibrook is immediately eligible as a graduate.
Hornibrook had only started nine games last season as he had been out for four games due to an injury. He completed 59.5% of his passes (122 of 205) for 1,532 yards with 11 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.
In second year in 2017, he racked up 2,607 yards and was named the most valuable Orange Bowl player for his performance against Miami. In that match, he scored 23-for-34 for a career record of 258 yards and a record four shots on the ground.
Here's a thorough analysis report with information on Hornibrook, thanks to the Wisconsin Rivals website, BadgerBlitz.com.
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