For the first time in a long time, Florida State has altered its depth chart— just in time for the Seminoles’ big rematch with the Louisville Cardinals. The changes are spawned by injury up front on offense, as it was announced last week that starting left guard Landon Dickerson would miss the remainder of the season after undergoing ankle surgery.
Hence, Dickerson has been removed from the newest ’Nole depth chart. Derrick Kelly II, previously at left tackle, slid inside to replace him, and is now formally listed as the new starter there. Ethan Frith remains the second-team LG. On the edge, Josh Ball is now on the top line as the starting LT, with Brock Ruble backing him up. Ruble has also become the second-string right tackle, a spot occupied by Ball up until now. There are no changes to the rest of the FSU depth chart, which is included below.