TALLAHASSEE -- At least two of Florida State's three holdover assistant coaches are set to receive pay raises this coming season after signing new contracts with the university earlier this month, the Orlando Sentinel learned Thursday.

Lawrence Dawsey and Odell Haggins, former FSU players who have helped coach the Seminoles the full duration of head coach Jimbo Fisher's now four-year tenure, will be getting bumps in base pay. Dawsey, the Seminoles' receivers coach since 2007, will make approximately $73,000 more in 2013 and 2014. Haggins, the defensive tackles coach who has been on staff since 1994, will receive about $50,000 more.

Dawsey now makes $315,000 each year. Haggins makes $325,000. Their previous contracts expired Jan. 4.

A third holdover, offensive line coach Rick Trickett, currently is in the process of updating his contract, the Sentinel has also learned. The terms of the new deal have not yet been executed. His current contract is scheduled to expire Jan. 9 of next year. Since resigning in 2011, Trickett has been making $400,000 annually.

Dawsey's and Haggins' contracts were released to the Sentinel as part of a public records request. Also released were the contracts for each of FSU's five new assistant coaches: Jeremy Pruitt, Charles Kelly, Billy Napier, Randy Sanders and Sal Sunseri.

Each of the seven contracts were signed in the days immediately preceding National Signing Day. Sunseri, originally hired in December, was the first to sign, doing so Jan. 25. Dawsey signed the latest. Like the recruits he wooed to FSU, Dawsey put his signature on paper on Signing Day, Feb. 6.

Per language within the contracts, each technically went into effect at the start of January, so as to coincide with the two- or three-year cycles the coaches agreed to. It is very likely that with all of them on the road recruiting from virtually the moments they were hired or got back from the Orange Bowl, none had time to sit down and muddle through their contracts until the end of the latest recruiting season.

Dawsey and Haggins, assistants who have played key roles in helping FSU land top five- and four-star talent the last three recruiting cycles, agreed to two-year extensions. Napier and Sanders also have two-year deals that were originally announced last month when they signed offer sheets to work for the Seminoles.

Pruitt and Kelly agreed to three-year deals that also were part of their previously published offer sheets.

For Pruitt, there was a bit of a change between the amount he's owed on his contract and what was quoted on his late-December offer sheet. The Seminoles' new defensive coordinator, who had a hand in landing three of FSU's top class of 2013 prospects earlier this month, will be making $500,000 per year. He won't see the approximate $542,000 that was previously reported.

That's because, according to a school official, a mathematical error was made on Pruitt's original offer sheet. He wasn't supposed to make $20,793.93 bi-weekly for 26.1 weeks each year. He was only supposed to receive $19,157.09 bi-weekly for 26.1 weeks.

Before the error was made, Pruitt had agreed to $500,000, the official said.

His contract currently reflects the $500,000 base salary, with the same bonus packages as before. The base includes $300,000 that is credited to speaking engagements and public relations compensation.

There were no other changes to previously announced compensation. Kelly, the linebackers coach, still will make $275,000 each of the next three years. Napier, the tight ends coach, will make $200,000 each of the next two years. Sanders, the running backs coach, will make $225,000 this year, and $325,000 next year. Sunseri, defensive ends coach who also is looking at more than $1 million across the next two years from Tennessee, will be making $200,000 from FSU in 2013 and 2014.

FSU still has one hire to make. When offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach James Coley left for Miami about three weeks before Signing Day, the Seminoles had a sixth opening. Due to a hectic recruiting schedule, Fisher hadn't had a chance to work on filling that vacancy until recently. USF assistant Larry Scott is rumored to be among those the Seminoles are considering.

The following chart will most assuredly be updated in the coming days and weeks, but for now, here's what FSU is paying its football coaches in base salary (The 2013 and 2014 years are different because of Sanders' split contract):

New staff (2013)

Head coach -- Jimbo Fisher: $2,750,000

Off coord/QBs coach/off assistant -- ???

Tight ends coach -- Billy Napier: $275,000