Jordan Travis Player Profile | Florida State Seminoles QB

Look past the player and get a glimpse of Jordan Travis' player profile to understand why he has legitimate Heisman hopes entering 2023.

Jordan Travis has an incredibly high ceiling. At this stage of his career, you shouldn’t have to be told that. But for the Florida State Seminoles’ starting quarterback, his ceiling is not just that of a great college football quarterback — he should be thought of as a viable potential starter at the next level.

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Jordan Travis Player Profile

  • Height: 6’1″
  • Weight: 212
  • Number: 13
  • Class: Redshirt Junior
  • Hometown: West Palm Beach, Florida
  • High School: The Benjamin School
  • Years Active: 2018-2023
  • Previous School(s): Louisville
  • Draft Eligibility: 2024

Travis spent his first season in college at the University of Louisville prior to transferring to Florida State after 2018. He was a consensus three-star recruit and ranked among the top 25 dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation coming out of The Benjamin School.

In high school, Travis was named a finalist for the prestigious Mr. Florida Football title after being named the FHSAA 3-A Player of the Year and the Palm Beach Player of the Year in 2017.

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Travis had back-to-back 2,000-yard seasons as a passer and over 1,000 yards with 27 touchdowns on the ground over his final two high school seasons.

Travis has family ties to Florida State as his brother Devon Travis was a star for the baseball team from 2010-12 before playing professionally for the Toronto Blue Jays.

Jordan Travis’ Passing Stats

Developing as a passer in front of our eyes, Travis has thrown for more yards and more touchdowns in each of his four seasons in Tallahassee.

  • Career Games Played: 38
  • Career Starts: 27
  • Completions: 430
  • Attempts: 703
  • Completion Rate: 61.2%
  • Yards: 5,959
  • TDs: 46
  • INTs: 18
  • Yards Per Game: 156.8

2022 Passing Stats

  • Games Played: 13
  • Starts: 13
  • Completions: 226
  • Attempts: 353
  • Completion Rate: 64.0%
  • Yards: 3,214
  • TDs: 24
  • INTs: 5
  • Yards Per Game: 247.2

2021 Passing Stats

  • Games Played: 10
  • Starts: 8
  • Completions: 122
  • Attempts: 194
  • Completion Rate: 62.9%
  • Yards: 1,539
  • TDs: 15
  • INTs: 6
  • Yards Per Game: 153.9

2020 Passing Stats

  • Games Played: 8
  • Starts: 6
  • Completions: 72
  • Attempts: 131
  • Completion Rate: 55.0%
  • Yards: 1,056
  • TDs: 6
  • INTs: 6
  • Yards Per Game: 132.0

2019 Passing Stats

  • Games Played: 4
  • Starts: 0
  • Completions: 6
  • Attempts: 11
  • Completion Rate: 54.5%
  • Yards: 79
  • TDs: 0
  • INTs: 0
  • Yards Per Game: 19.8

Jordan Travis’ Rushing Stats

A dominant dual-threat athlete, Travis has put his rushing talent on display in Tallahassee.

  • Career Attempts: 344
  • Career Rush Yards: 1,774
  • TDs: 24
  • Yards Per Game: 46.7

2022 Rushing Stats

  • Attempts: 82
  • Rush Yards: 417
  • TDs: 7
  • Yards Per Game: 32.1

2021 Rushing Stats

  • Attempts: 134
  • Rush Yards: 530
  • TDs: 7
  • Yards Per Game: 53.0

2020 Rushing Stats

  • Attempts: 97
  • Rush Yards: 559
  • TDs: 7
  • Yards Per Game: 69.9

2019 Rushing Stats

  • Attempts: 23
  • Rush Yards: 228
  • TDs: 3
  • Yards Per Game: 57.0

Jordan Travis’ Career Achievements

A decorated high school star, Travis has exceeded expectations during his time at Florida State. As he has continued to develop as a passer, Travis’ ranks in Seminole folklore continue to rise.

His career achievements include:

  • CFN Second-Team All-ACC Quarterback (2022)
  • One of six players in FSU history with at least seven rushing touchdowns in three straight seasons
  • One of four players in FSU history with 3,000 total yards and 30 total TDs (Charlie Ward, Chris Weinke, Jameis Winston)
  • FSU career record-holder in QB rushing yards (1,774)
  • FSU career record-holder in QB rushing touchdowns (24)
  • Only player in FSU history to rank in the top 10 on career passing and rushing touchdowns
  • Fourth all-time in total touchdowns (70)
  • Sixth all-time in total offense (7,622)
  • Ninth all-time in career touchdown passes (46)
  • 11th all-time in career passing yards (5,959)
  • 12th all-time in career completions (430)
  • Owns the top two single-season rushing totals from an FSU QB
  • Ninth all-time in career rushing touchdowns (24)
  • 20th-most all-time rushing yards (1,774)
  • Only Seminole with three passing and two rushing touchdowns in a single game
  • Most consecutive games with a rushing touchdown by a QB (seven)
  • First QB in FSU history with back-to-back 100-yard rushing performances
  • Fifth-most single-season total offensive yards accounted for (3,631)