Alex Hornibrook transferring to Florida State

What does new Florida State QB Alex Hornibrook bring to the table — and how does he change the depth chart

What does new Florida State QB Alex Hornibrook bring to the table — and how does he change the depth chart

Wisconsin quarterback Alex Hornibrook announced Sunday that he is transferring to Florida State.

Florida State's quarterback depth is getting a much-needed boost.

Since the tumultuous departure of Deondre Francois, FSU has been desperately pursuing help at the quarterback position. He was bothered by back and head injuries past year, and completed just over 59 percent of his passes for 1,532 yards with 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in nine games. Hornibrook is a graduate transfer who will be eligible immediately. Blackman appeared in four games as Francois' backup a year ago, but he started most of the 2017 season as a true freshman after Francois went down in that season opener. The Badgers finished the season with an 8-5 record.

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Longtime Florida State head coach Mike Martin continues to make history in his final season. The 6-foot-4 lefty started 32 games for the Badgers (including nine last year), and Wisconsin won 26 of them.

He followed that season up with 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in 2018 and was replaced by Jack Coan as Hornibrook dealt with injuries. In 2017, when Francois was injured, James Blackman filled in.

Based on his time in Tallahassee so far, Blackman presumably has the inside track to start over Hornibrook - but at least there's some competition now. Jordan Travis transferred in from Louisville but is awaiting to hear whether he will get a waiver for immediate eligibility.

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