The Seminoles Returned to Practice on Wednesday afternoon.
FSU enters spring practice with a roster full of upperclassmen pass catchers and some talented younger players known respectively for their size and speed.
As part of an ongoing series of articles, get a glimpse of each member of FSU's 2013 signing class. Up next: wide receiver Jesus Wilson.
Wednesday a host of future Florida State football players will put pen to paper and officially join the FSU family. Here's a look at what their soon-to-be teammates were ranked when they were going through the recruiting process.
Seminoles.com's Brandon Mellor looks back at what each returning football player did in 2012 and looks ahead at what to expect from them when spring practices get started.
Images from the BCS Orange Bowl as FSU defeats Northern Illinois 31-10
Florida State captured its first BCS bowl victory since 2000 in its 31-10 victory over Northern Illinois.
FSU's 31-10 victory
AP Photos: Football vs. Virginia Tech
FSU's win over Miami through the photography of Mike Olivella
2013 SPRING OUTLOOK: Senior receiver who has a knack for making the big play but used the 2012 season to show his skills as a complete overall receiver excelling in the run game and passing game. Has great hands and good speed which has not only led him to excel as the X-receiver in the Seminoles' offense but also in the slot at times. Should push to be one of the three starters in FSU's receiver rotation as he has put together back-to-back spring and fall camps dating back to last March.
2012: Turned out his most productive season appearing in all 14 games, earning four starts...ranked fifth on the team with 27 catches and 355 receiving yards, to go along with a pair of touchdown grabs...established new single-game career bests for receptions and yards with five for 72 yards against Clemson...set a new receiving yardage best with 73 on four receptions at Virginia Tech...grabbed an 8-yard TD pass from EJ Manuel vs. Savannah State...his 10-yard TD reception in the third quarter at Virginia Tech gave the Seminoles their largest lead of the game (20-10)...caught at least one pass in 11 games, with multiple receptions in nine contests.
2011: Proved to be one of the most dangerous deep threats on the team leading FSU with a 19.7 yards per catch average...one of seven FSU receivers with 10 or more catches averaging over 10 yards per catch...caught a pass in seven of the 13 games he played in...blew up his career numbers in the first game of the season versus ULM when he hauled in a 50 yard TD pass...followed that game up with a three catch performance in week two versus Charleston Southern...had the best game of his career versus NC State tying career highs for catches (3) and touchdowns (1) and setting a new career best with 70 receiving yards which included a 26-yard TD catch.
2010: True freshman wide receiver who played in 12 games mostly on special teams but saw some spot duty on offense...first career reception came against Boston College which was a 12-yard reception.
PERSONAL: Collected 54 receptions for 1,387 yards and 14 TDs as a senior...also intercepted a pair of passes as a defensive back...led Glades Central to a 13-1 record and the Class 2B state championship game, where they fell to Cocoa 27-13...Dent had five receptions for 105 yards in the title game...MVP of legendary Muck Bowl against rival Pahokee after collecting six receptions for 185 yards, coupled with an 84-yard kickoff return for a TD...earned four-star rating from Rivals and three-star selection by Scout.com...No. 57 safety prospect according to ESPN...first team SunState All-State selection (from all classifications) at wide receiver...selected to Max Preps All-American team...participated in the Outback Bowl, representing Florida all-stars in a game against national all-stars...selected to the Times-Union's Florida Super 75 where he was ranked sixth overall as an "athlete"...No. 15 among Bill Buchalter's Florida Top 100...Buchalter also rated the versatile Dent as the state's No. 1 wide receiver prospect...ranked No. 34 overall player in state by Scout.com...selected Florida State over Miami...born June 5, 1990.