Florida State’s depth chart on today’s f Miami
TALLAHASSEE — Florida State did not announce a depth chart in its weekly game notes for the fifth consecutive game. But on today's flip card, a version of their depth chart appears that will be made publicly available to media covering their game against Miami.
That Seminoles (4-4, 3-3 ACC) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. facing the Hurricanes (4-4, 2-3 ACC). At Tallahassee, Fla, Doak S. Campbell Stadium.
Here is the detailed chart listed for the game on today's flip card, with notes on any adjustments to this one from the last game. Bold identifies a projected starting point at the situation
OFFENSIVE OFFENSIVE CHART:
1 James Blackman R-So. OR 12 Jordan Travis R-Fr. Alex Hornibrook R-Sr.
3 Cam Akers Jr., 4 Khalan Laborn R-So.
Wide receiver: 83 Jordan Young R-Fr., 15 Tamorrion Terry R-So.
Wide host: 7 D.J. Jr. of Matthews. OR 88 Harrison So, Tre'Shaun.
Wide receiver: Keith Gavin Sr. 89, McGriff Sr. 18 D'Anfernee.
Tight End: 6 McKitty Jr. of Tre. OR 87 McDonald So Camren. OR 32 Nabers Sr. Gabe.
Left Offensive Tackle: Washington Fr. 76 Darius, R-Sr. 75 Abdul Bello. OR 73 R-Jr. Jauan Williams.
Left Guard: 55 Lucas Fr. Dontae. OR 59 R-So from Brady Scott.
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In addition to wearing a straw hat and a gray bandanna during the robbery, he was wearing khaki pants and a long-sleeved blue shirt.
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