TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - Last year, the Chiles Timberwolves were one of many schools to break in a new head coach with Kevin Pettis coming over from Sebastian River.
A team that righted the ship over the course of the year finishing 4-1 in their final five games.
This year they are looking to get back to the postseason.
Despite losing the services of now Florida State freshman linebacker, Amari Gainer, the T-Wolves return a lot of talent in 2018.
Garrett Green at quarterback, Cameron and Drew Richardson, the sons of FSU offensive line coach Grey Fry, look to lead a stacked defense.
The T-Wolves are hungry and they believe that success will come.
"We've worked out every day between 60 and 90 kids, so I mean our numbers are up, so we're excited about what we have coming back," said Pettis.
Chiles eager to get going, will have a tough challenge week one when they meet Godby.