The Florida State football team took to the indoor practice facility Saturday morning for one last practice before Monday's scrimmage. They were in full pads, but a number of players were not dressed out or participating.
Jacob Pugh, Lorenzo Featherston, Mavin Saunders, Ryan Izzo, Jeremy Kerr, Tyler Hunter, Terrance Smith (boot), Derrick Kelly, Chad Mavety (no boot), Ethan Frith, Ryan Hoefeld, Kermit Whitfield and Delvin Purifoy were not dressed out, on top of the handful that are out for spring.
Tight end and linebacker are pretty much non-existent.
Without Hunter and Pugh, the defense had a different look. Jalen Ramsey moved back to the star position with Nate Andrews and Lamarcus Brutus back at safety. And Ryan Green was the first string corner opposite Marquez White, while Derwin James came in on the dime. And without Pugh, Rick Leonard assumed that position.
While Mavety and Kelly remain sidelined, the offensive line has looked the same. Rick Trickett, as he has done in the past, continues to cross train these guys. During second team walk throughs, Roderick Johnson and Kareem Are moved to the right side of the line.
Former FSU defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews was there to take in practice on Saturday.
There were also a number of visitors on hand including five-star Nate Craig-Meyers, four-star Devin Bush, 2017 four-star Malik Herring and 2018 five-star Tyreke Johnson.
Nate Craig-Meyers, his brother Jayvaughn and his cousin Jacob Pugh hanging out at practice today. pic.twitter.com/KLPCrrKL1c— Dustin Tackett (@dtackett_) April 4, 2015