The Seminoles are looking to rebound in week two following a disappointing loss to Boise State. And no, despite last week’s second half collapse, FSU hasn’t completely flipped the roster upside down. But, there are some intriguing changes to the projected two-deep for Saturday, so let’s dive in.
In a surprise move, senior Levonta Taylor, who switched from corner to safety this offseason, is no longer listed on the depth chart after starting at strong safety against the Broncos. In his place, Cyrus Fagan looks to be the starter against the Warhawks, with highly touted freshman Akeem Dent as his backup.
The second note comes on special teams, where Keyshawn Helton has replaced freshman Travis Jay as the backup punt returner, with D.J. Matthews keeping his starting role. Jay, who was slotted to play against the Broncos, did not dress last week due to an eligibility issue.
The full depth chart for week two against Louisiana-Monroe can be found below: