Panama City, Cairo, Tallahassee: 3 different towns, 3 different talents united under the garnet and gold.
"It feels good to be here, it feels like a long wait since last year, having to wait all football season, trying not to get injured, so I can be here so I can play early," says 6'6 wide out Cameron Wade.
"It feels real good, coming from Lincoln, I'm in town, watching them since I was little, feels real good to have it on now," says converted offensive speedster Brandon Paul.
"It was a lot of anticipation up to now. Right now I just feel like I'm part of the team. It just confirms everything I worked for, finally here is just another step in my life," adds Panama City native Bert Reed.
Once reserved for watching at home, FSU football has become a reality for these three freshmen talents. It didn't take long to become a part of the team.
"It's kind of intimidating, but at the same time, I look at it as I'm here, they're here, he puts on his pants, I put on my pants, so let's go," cites Reed.
"It's been real fun because watching them on television last year, and I'm actually playing with these guys now, they teach me a lot of stuff," adds Paul.
Three players from diverse backgrounds come together to form one team. FSU Football, coming to a field near you, this fall.