TALLAHASSEE – Ankeny (Iowa) is the rising junior quarterback JJ Kohl arrive at Florida State Sunday afternoon about an hour before the start of the camp. The 6-foot-6, 227-pound quarterback wanted to do one thing – work.
He hit the pitch and immediately impressed. During the part of the sports tests, he moved well. When the time came to show off what he could do with his arm in this position, he showed off his ability to throw a variety of throws. His job won him an offer at the end of the camp.
âAfter a great day at camp, I’m grateful and honored to say that I received an offer from Florida State University,â Kohl explained via his social media.
He spoke briefly with Noles247.com about his time spent working with the offensive coordinator Kenny Dillingham, while attracting the attention of the head coach Mike Norvell – who also shared some knowledge with the signaller.
âThey both thought I had a great day starting and running the agility exercises,â Kohl said.
Working in front of Norvell and company was on Kohl’s agenda and the outcome of today’s camp effort couldn’t have been better for the talented pitcher.
“Mike Norvell is a great coach that I’ve been following for a few years now. I’ve had this camp in mind for a while now because we weren’t allowed to go to camps last summer, and I really wanted to. participate. in front of Coach Norvell. Getting an offer today means a lot, I’m really excited and grateful, “Kohl added.
Kohl’s visit to Tallahassee was brief. As quickly as he got to work, he had to leave.
âI’m actually taking a flight in 20 minutes to train tomorrow morning,â Kohl explained about 90 minutes after camp ended. “I unfortunately cannot come back tomorrow [to tour further].
“Coach [Tony] Tokarz showed me around the campus [before camp], so I got to see the campus and some of the facilities, âKohl added.
FSU joins Iowa and State of Iowa offering the 2023 quarterback.
The talented quarterback has already shared what he is looking for in his future home.
âWhat’s going to be a big factor that I get involved in will be the coaching staff,â Kohl told 247Sports.com. “I’m probably going to go to a place where I’m most wanted. Where I feel like the coaches really want me there and are so happy to have me.”
Earlier this year, Kohl was named a Position MVP at a Under Armor Regional Camp in Ohio. He was also one of the top performers at the Indianapolis Elite 11 event, and thereYou can see clips from this afternoon HERE.
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Its father is Jamie kohl, a former Iowa state kicker who is the director of professional camps for Kohl’s Kicking. Elder Kohl is also a kicking consultant for the Chicago Bears.