TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — Florida State University begins spring football practice Saturday morning with a new head coach and the return of a star receiver.
For Norvell, it's his first spring practice as FSU's head coach.
The program returns with twelve mid-year enrollees joining this spring.
Some of those old faces returning could have gone pro.
Marvin Wilson and Tamorrion Terry thought about heading to the draft, but decided to return for another year.
During the 2019 season Terry had 60 catches, over 1,100 yards, and nine touchdowns.
"I was very close to leaving," said Terry. "But I had gotten that call. Coach called me and everybody was telling me how things were going to be and how things were going to change, and I just felt that. I felt I needed to stay one more year and come back with my brothers and ride with them."
Spring practice starts at 9 a.m. Saturday morning.