Mike Norvell’s Florida State Seminoles football program got a Saturday surprise, with 2024 quarterback Luke Kromenhoek pledging to play for FSU in a video posted by quarterback trainer Denny Thompson:
Norvell followed soon thereafter with his confirmation tweet:
Kromenhoek, who holds offers from the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers and UCF Knights, received his first collegiate offer from Florida State in June 2021, following a strong performance at Florida State football camp that impressed the coaching staff.
“I didn't expect to get an offer like that this soon,” Kromenhoek, who plays at Benedictine Military School in Savannah, said at the time. “I’ve been going to a few camps just to get my name out there. When I got the offer, I was just amazed and dumbfounded. It was a dream come true and I’m super happy.”
Fun day spinning it in Doak at the Seminole Showcase today! Thank you @FSUFootball for the incredible experience! @Coach_Norvell @KennyDillingham @Coach_Tokarz @RyanBartow #FITandFAMILY pic.twitter.com/6gI13rRPVG— Luke Kromenhoek (@LukeKromenhoek) July 25, 2021
Tomahawk Nation caught up with the signal-caller shortly after he committed, and he detailed the process and what it means to him:
I talked with my family and coaches, and I decided that Tally was a place for me to be. I love the coaching staff and where this program is heading in the future. I’m just really excited to be a Nole. The fans are amazing, and the history is rich. It’s a dream come true. I’m super happy to be committed there, and I’m ready to get to work.
As always, to catch up on all the latest Seminoles recruiting news, head to our Florida State football recruiting thread.