Despite the years of misfortune, wide receiver Andrew Parchment was a bright spot for the Jayhawks. He excelled at Cypress Bay High School in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., before moving to play for the hapless Big 12 program.
Unfortunately for KU, Parchment is onto greener pastures.
Andrew Parchment Transfers to Florida State
— 7 (@apcuatro) January 1, 2021
Florida State football's struggles have been well-documented, but they are still a historically successful program. Head coach Mike Norvell is trying to rebuild on the fly and has already landed some solid players.
The 'Noles have a new quarterback in McKenzie Milton, and Parchment may get the chance to catch some passes from the former UCF standout along with Ontaria Wilson, Malik McClain and Keyshawn Helton.
— JUCO Football Frenzy (@JUCOFFrenzy) August 23, 2021
Last year was a rough one for the Seminoles, and while they aren't gunning for ACC supremacy just yet, they will be much more interesting and competitive in 2021.
Parchment impressed his coaches and teammates in preseason scrimmages and is quickly learning the system in fall camp. He'll be a another weapon for fans at Doak Campbell to cheer for and for opponents like Notre Dame and Miami to hate facing.
WR Andrew Parchment Highlights
Andrew Parchment has one year of eligibility remaining, and he is hoping to bring his experience with him. In 2019, the wideout totaled seven touchdowns as the focal point of the Jayhawks' offense.
With a full return to health and a new year ahead of him, the FSU football team will be getting a playmaker who may find himself selected in the back end of the NFL Draft soon enough.
— Logan B. Robinson (@LogansTwitty) March 10, 2021
The former Kansas stud had the chance to come home. He took it and ran with it.
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