Does a "non compete agreement" have any real monetary value in the state of Florida?

I'm evaluating a business for potential purchase and on their balance sheet they have "NON COMPETE AGREEMENT" listed as a current asset with a value of $15,000.00. This seems like an arbitrary number to me to falsely inflate the value of the business and to the best of my knowledge, Florida is a "right to work state" where non compete agreements are not enforceable by law. Should I disregard this as an asset when considering my purchase/evaluation of the company?