"It's going great," Fagg told TheTerritory Sunday afternoon.
"I really like it."
Fagg and his father, Don, returned home Saturday from Hargrave Military Academy. They drove to Virginia to pick up Fagg's personal belongings after spending the fall semester at Hargrave.
Fagg, who missed Hargrave's football season after suffering a broken right leg during practice, also has met with FSU's Director of Sports Medicine Randy Oravetz.
Fagg, a former standout at Quincy Shanks, is scheduled to undergo a physical Monday. Additional X-rays also will be taken of his leg.
"Everything is fine, they just want to get a starting point and see where I am at (rehabilitation)," Fagg said. "The goal is to be ready for (spring) drills."
Fagg also said he was not surprised by P.K. Sam's decision to depart early for the NFL. Sam was critical of the Seminoles' offense and admitted his decision also had to do with money.
"I kind of figured he was comuing out -- some of the guys were talking (about it)," Fagg said.
Although Fagg hasn't had an opportunity to meet with offensive coordinator Jeff Bowden, the Seminoles' offensive coordinator stopped by the Burt Reynolds apartment of Fagg and Antonio Cromartie early this morning with a recruit.
"We havent' talked abou the playbook or anything like that," Fagg said. "It's just good to be here."