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FSU football signee Tate Rodemaker playing in U.S. Army All-American Bowl

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Catch a glimpse of the future Florida State quarterback

FSU QB Tate Rodemaker
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The last of the two major high school all-star game will take place today in San Antonio, Texas. The Under Armour All-American game was played earlier this week. Florida State typically has several commits participating in these two games, but a disappointing season and a coaching change led to only two players playing in the UA game and only one in the Army All-American game.

2020 FSU signee Tate Rodemaker was a late addition to the Army All-American game. The quarterback out of Georgia seems to have a knack for making late moves. Near the end of the early signing period, Rodemaker was not on any FSU recruiting boards before receiving an offer and committing in the same week. Additionally, he was added to the all-star game at the last minute, replacing an injured player.

Rodemaker will be wearing number 16 for the East squad. He will be on the same team as Clemson 5-star quarterback DJ Uiagalelei and other highly ranked quarterbacks. You can watch the future FSU signal caller on NBC at 1 PM today, January 4th.