Transfer portal season is officially upon us, as Florida State will be losing quarterback AJ Duffy, the redshirt freshman told ESPN.
Duffy, who played in four games over two years in Tallahassee, had two career completions for 26 yards and one touchdown, along with four carries for 10 yards.
Florida State redshirt freshman quarterback AJ Duffy (@anthonyjduffy) tells ESPN that he intends to enter the NCAA transfer portal. He’ll be immediately eligible and will have three years of eligibility remaining.— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) December 4, 2023
The backup to true freshman Brock Glenn last night in the ACC Championship game with the absence of Tate Rodemaker and loss of Jordan Travis, he was the fourth quarterback on the depth chart for the majority of the season for the Seminoles.
His FSU bio:
Played in three games…completed two passes for 26 yards and one touchdown in addition to five-yard rush…ACC Honor Roll...Seminole Scholar…made collegiate debut in season-opening 47-7 win vs. Duquesne…was 1-for-1 passing for 10 yards and had five-yard rush vs. Dukes…completed 16-yard pass for first collegiate touchdown in 49-17 win vs. Louisiana…also appeared in 44-14 win vs. Boston College.
Consensus four-star prospect…tabbed 39th in ESPN300 and ranked No. 3 nationally among quarterbacks and No. 7 overall in Florida by ESPN…rated as nation’s No. 8 quarterback prospect, No. 17 overall in Florida and No. 120 overall nationally on 247 Composite…ranked No. 9 at his position and No. 20 in Florida by Rivals…247Sports ranked him as nation’s 14th-best quarterback and No. 27 overall prospect in Florida…selected for Under Armour All-America Game and Elite 11 Finals…transferred to IMG Academy for senior season after junior year wiped out due to pandemic…as sophomore at Rancho Verde in California, led Mustangs to 11-1 overall record and quarterfinal round of CIF Division 2 Southern Section Championship…was 185-of-261 passing for 2,568 yards and 26 touchdowns while also adding 501 yards and four touchdowns rushing…helped lead Rancho Verde to 13 wins and CIF Division 2 Southern Section championship game during freshman season when he was 163-of-234 passing for 2,984 yards and 40 touchdowns with 316 yards and four touchdowns rushing.