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Changes to FSU football’s depth chart for North Carolina

Some important alterations.

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Brock Ruble

After splitting a pair of road contests, the No. 12 Florida State Seminoles return to Doak Campbell Stadium on Saturday, where they’ll play host to the North Carolina Tar Heels. The ‘Noles will hope that the improvements made from the Louisville game to the USF contest will stick, while some of them appear to have been solidified, according to the Seminoles’ most recent depth chart.

The biggest change involves the biggest guys: offensive linemen. Both spots right of center have seen a flip in depth, reinforcing the progress we saw up front agains the Bulls. Landon Dickerson is now listed as the starting right guard, while Brock Ruble is included as RT1. Their backups are Wilson Bell and Rick Leonard, respectively. The only other change on offense is that former wide receiver Ermon Lane, who was recently converted to a safety, is no longer listed at the Z-WR spot, which is now populated only by Bobo Wilson and Auden Tate.

The sole change on defense is at the star depth, where the starter’s role was previously ascribed to Marcus Lewis “OR” Trey Marshall “OR” Levonta Taylor, followed by Kyle Meyers. All the mentions of “OR” have now been removed, although the players remain listed in the above order.