Just like in baseball with pitching, a football team can’t have too many quarterbacks on their roster.
James Franklin has collected a nice stable of quarterbacks with Drew Allar, Beau Pribula and Christian Veilleux but Thursday night, he was out checking out another talented signal caller.
Last night, Franklin was in Savannah, Georgia checking out 2024 3-star quarterback Luke Kromenhoek from Benedictine Military School. Benedictine beat previously undefeated Burke County, 28-3.
— WSAV BLITZ (@WSAVBlitz) October 7, 2022
This is interesting because Kromenhoek (6’3″, 180-pounds) is a dual-threat quarterback that’s currently committed to Florida State. The commitment to Florida State hasn’t stopped many programs like Penn State from continuing to pursue Kromenhoek. Along with Penn State and Florida State, the junior quarterback holds offers from Ole Miss, Tennessee, Virginia, Arkansas, Coastal Carolina, Central Florida and Virginia Tech.
Penn State coach James Franklin is on Cadet sideline, reportedly to watch Luke Kromenhoek, who was 8/11 passing for 67 yds and score, while rushing for 41 yds and touchdown in first half for Benedictine @BC_Football1902 @PennStateFball pic.twitter.com/MO5iL29X7I
— Dennis Knight (@DennisKnightSMN) October 7, 2022
This is Kromenhoek’s first season as a starter having sat behind Elite 11 finalist and Auburn signee Holden Geriner the past two years.