The Florida State depth chart continues to evolve, and it featured a couple of alterations as the ‘Noles prepare for their trip south to take on the Miami Hurricanes.
Sophomore offensive lineman Cole Minshew, previously omitted from the Seminoles’ depth, is now slotted in at right guard behind Landon Dickerson and Wilson Bell.
On the defensive side of the ball, there’s been a change at the free safety spot, which was last week listed as a toss-up between A.J. Westbrook and Nate Andrews. Andrews is now listed as the clear starter, with Westbrook beneath him, and then Carlos Becker III.
It’s interesting to note that the star position depth still goes Marcus Lewis, Trey Marshall, Levonta Taylor, and then Kyle Meyers, since Meyers got the nod when Lewis was benched against North Carolina, seemingly putting him ahead of Taylor.
There are no changes to the depth of the special teams units.
Here’s the latest depth chart:
#FSU's most recent depth chart-- changes highlighted in a piece I'm publishing momentarily. pic.twitter.com/JqDH8AWoNn— David Visser (@DavidBVisser) October 3, 2016