Former Wisconsin QB Alex Hornibrook is still looking for his next college football home.
On Friday, the Tallahassee Democrat reported that Hornibrook is on an official visit to ACC power Florida State.
Hornibrook entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal last month, and he’s set to graduate from school in May. Since he’s a graduate transfer, he’ll be immediately eligible in 2019.
And by looking at FSU’s roster and QB depth chart, the Noles could use him right away. Only two QBs on the Seminoles roster will be eligible this season, and Hornibrook could find immediate playing time. Under new head coach Willie Taggart, the Seminoles haven’t even signed a high school QB the last two recruiting cycles.
Hornibrook played in 35 career games with the Badgers, and he threw for 5,438 yards, 47 touchdowns and 33 interceptions.
Wisconsin finished 26-6 in games that Hornibrook started.