June 18th was one of the last of Florida State head coach Mike Norvell’s individual camps which hosted many different players on an overcast day in the capital city.
*Editor’s note: I’m all aboard the NorvHell on Wheels moniker, but I’ll defer to Tommy
Newly offered Class of 2024 247Sports quarterback Luke Kromenhoek out of Benedictine Military School throws a pass downfield in front of offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Kenny Dillingham. At one point while watching Kromenhoek, Coach Dillingham turned to his assistant and said, “I like this guy!” after giving the young quarterback a high-five.
Kromenhoek showed a lot of poise after making a mistake, moving on to the next repetition like nothing happened and showcasing his ability to maintain focus — crucial to being a successful quarterback. He also showed off his ability to escape and throw on the run during another drill which I also liked. Kromenhoek picked up his first offer from Florida State after the camp concluded. Here’s another throw from him:
CoachAB: Looks solid for a 2024 prospect. I like in the first clip how he doesn’t try to overthrow and just adjusts his shoulder angle to get the ball farther down the field. Shows good arm strength and mechanics for a younger prospect. Will need to eliminate the “pat” of the ball before throwing it.
Florida State tight end D.J Daniels, wide receiver Keyshawn Helton and linebacker Amari Gainer standing by during camp registration, ready to help out — something that’s been a consistent theme throughout the camp season.
CoachAB: Buy-in starts with player participation. We continue to see at camps the players showing up, involved and engaged. I think it says a lot for what they want to be and the players efforts to get there. Great picture of two veterans ready to work and maybe even putting their recruiting hats on?
CoachAB: The man, the myth, the legend — Director of High School Relations Ryan Bartow (right.. Seminole fans are rightfully excited about the efforts of Bartow. He has added some much-needed juice to this program and its recruiting efforts. Bartow clearly has utilized his connections to help get kids to campus this off-season.
And to wrap things up, here’s head coach Mike Norvell addresses campers at the conclusion of the camp.
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