It was moving day on Monday and the University of Louisville football program added a few newcomers to the fold.
At least nine incoming freshmen or transfers have already moved to town and enrolled at U of L for this summer semester.
Under NCAA rules, players who are enrolled in classes can begin to start working out with the football team immediately.
Quarterback Pat Thomas, offensive lineman Jimmie Terry and tight end Micky Crum are among the players who have already enrolled.
"I am very excited and I am ready to work," Crum said on his ride to Louisville on Saturday. "I'm really excited."
Wide receiver Javonte Bagley, tight end Charles Standberry and defensive backs De'Eric Culver and Cornelius Sturghill have also already enrolled at U of L.
"I'm a little bit nervous but I am ready to embark on a new journey," Terry said.
Added Standberry: "I'm excited to get going and ready to go to work."
Two of the four transfer players - former Penn State quarterback Tyler Ferguson and ex-Texas A&M wide receiver Jaquay Williams - have also enrolled in classes.
Another large group is expected on Tuesday, including Trinity quarterback Reggie Bonnafon and Powder Springs, Ga., defensive end Henry Famurewa along with defensive back Trumaine Washington, defensive end Terry Ramsey and defensive tackle Tae Thibidoux.
"We're just ready to get to work," said Bonnafon, the first commitment in the Class of 2014 back in January of 2013.
Three newcomers - L.J. Scott, Cameron Polk and Trevon Young - enrolled in January and are already a part of the program.