If you were looking for our weekly update on the Florida State depth chart last week, you didn’t find one— and for good reason. The Seminoles didn’t make any changes to their depth chart, at least not the one released to those of us in the media.
But that’s not the case this week, as the ’Noles prepare for their annual grudge match against the Miami Hurricanes. FSU has made changes to just a couple of positions, but they’re certainly far from inconsequential, as the Seminoles now have a new clear-cut starter at each of the critical offensive tackle positions.
The left tackle position had been listed as Jauan Williams “or” Abdul Bello, but the top spot there is held solely by Landon Dickerson, who returned from injury for the Louisville game. Williams is the only player included as his backup. At right tackle, Bello “or” Brady Scott had shared the top line, but Scott is now ahead of Bello.
There are no changes to the defensive or special teams depth.