Florida State Seminoles football offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham said on Tuesday that all four FSU quarterbacks took reps in practice.
Ordinarily, it wouldn’t be news that players practiced at practice, but the information from Dillingham suggests freshman Chubba Purdy, who has missed the last few weeks with a broken collarbone suffered in fall camp, was at least taking mental reps while out at practice.
The news is encouraging, given FSU’s matchup with Jacksonville State in a week, which in a perfect world will offer the opportunity for young players, including Purdy and fellow freshman gunslinger Tate Rodemaker, to get some game playing experience.
We previously heard that Purdy was progressing well, though he wasn’t on the most recent depth chart released by Florida State.
Per a report by Brad Cesmat of sports360az.com, Purdy had to undergo a second surgery on his non-throwing shoulder due to an infection in the incision made from the first surgery to repair the collarbone.
Tomahawk Nation will keep you on all other developments with Purdy’s progress, as well as other Seminoles on the mend.