Andrew Carter's breakdown of where each of the 5 running back's stand after one-third of the way through spring practice. "There’s Jermaine Thomas. He had a terrific second half the season last fall and finished with more than 800 yards rushing. There’s Ty Jones. He started three games early in the season and, at times, looked like FSU’s best back. There’s Chris Thompson. As a freshman, he averaged 5.2 yards per carry and shined in limited opportunity. There’s Lonnie Pryor. Who, like Thompson, had some great moments as a freshman. There’s Tavares Pressley. Injuries and other issues have limited his chances early on, but FSU coach Jimbo Fisher has always loved his potential. Yes, it’s a crowded backfield at Florida State, which has also welcomed a new running backs coach, Eddie Gran." Click here to continue reading.