TALLAHASSEE, Fl. (WTXL) — When Gadsden County's Josh Farmer signed with Florida State in December, he said he was excited and ready to work with Mike Norvell to help get the Seminole football program back to where it used to be.
Farmer already on campus and working hard to earn a starting gig. Another reason why he chose to sign early.
Farmer notes, there have been a lot of local guys to play at Florida State that come before him and he's excited to continue that trend. He also gave a lot of credit to Gadsden County and head coach Corey Fuller for getting him to this point.
"He's been real important in this process. He's been here before. He's done it. Every coach on the Gadsden county coaching staff, they all played Division I football, most of the power five," said Farmer. "He just played a big part and kind of changed my life."
Florida State will open spring practice on March 9.