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Three-star Valdosta QB Tate Rodemaker Flips to Florida State

The South Georgia signal caller is Tallahassee bound after Mike Norvell swooped in with an offer at the last minute.

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Three-star Valdosta High School quarterback Tate Rodemaker has officially decommitted from USF’s 2020 recruiting class and flipped to Florida State.

Just two days after receiving an offer from new Seminole head coach Mike Norvell, the south Georgia QB made it official on Friday that he would be headed to Tallahassee.

Rodemaker verbally committed to USF back in June, due in large part to his relationship to former Valdosta State head coach and Bulls offensive coordinator Kerwin Bell.

The signal-caller would light it up as a senior for powerhouse VHS as a senior, throwing for over 3,000 yards and 42 touchdowns while leading the Wildcats to the GHSA 6A quarterfinals.

Late into the fall, power five schools like Utah, Pittsburgh and Baylor would take notice and came calling with offers. Once FSU swooped in with an offer on Wednesday, the writing was on the wall that the Valdosta star would eventually decommit from the Bulls.

With less than a week before the start of the early signing period, this leaves three-star Lake City Columbia prospect Jordan Smith as the lone QB prospect of the class.

2020 Verbal Commits