West Chester native Alex Hornibrook, the former University of Wisconsin quarterback who transferred to Florida State for his final season of eligibility, is making the most of his only season with the Seminoles, writes Samuele Adamita for TallahasseeReports.com.
Last month, Hornibrook, who entered the fall as the backup, replaced injured starter James Blackman during the Louisville game and led the team to a much-needed victory. The Malvern Prep grad then started and exceeded expectations in the following game against North Carolina State.
In those two outings, he completed more than 70 percent of his passes and threw for five touchdowns with no interceptions.
Upon arriving in Madison out of high school, the pro-style quarterback redshirted his first year at Wisconsin before starting the next three.
His 2018 campaign was hampered by injury, and he was only able to play in nine games.
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