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Florida Gators football depth chart

Depth Chart

OFFENSE

WR85 Frankie Hammond Jr. 89 Stephen Alli or 84 Quinton Dunbar

WR82 Omarius Hines 4 Andre Debose

TE 11 Jordan Reed 81 A.C. Leonard

WR 6 Deonte Thompson 7 Robert Clark

HB 3 Chris Rainey 23 Mike Gillislee or 33 Mack Brown

QB 12 John Brantley 10 Tyler Murphy or 16 Jeff Driskel

LT 75 Chaz Green 64 Kyle Koehne

LG 72 Jonotthan Harrison 63 Cole Gilliam

C 50 Sam Robey 58 Nick Alajajian

RG 67 Jon Halapio 60 William Steinmann

RT 73 Xavier Nixon 77 Ian Silberman

PR 3 Chris Rainey 85 Frankie Hammond Jr. or 4 Andre Debose

KR 4 Andre Debose 83 Solomon Patton

7 Robert Clark 23 Mike Gillislee

DEFENSE

DE7 Ronald Powell 34 Lerentee McCray or 85 Lynden Trail

DT 73 Sharrif Floyd 91 Earl Okine

DT 58 Dominique Easley 68 Leon Orr

DE 96 William Green 23 Chris Martin or 86 Clay Burton

LB32 Gerald Christian 25 Gideon Ajagbe

LB52 Jonathan Bostic 51 Michael Taylor

LB43 Jelani Jenkins 13 Dee Finley or 49 Darrin Kitchens

CB 36 Moses Jenkins 26 De'Ante Saunders

S 22 Matt Elam 9 Josh Shaw

S 24 Josh Evans 34 Tim Clark

CB 8 Jeremy Brown 31 Cody Riggs

SPECIALISTS

P 41 Kyle Christy 40 David Lerner

K 19 Caleb Sturgis 97 Brad Phillips

LS 54 Christopher Guido 46 Drew Ferris

Florida Gators football depth chart 04/09/11 [Last modified: Saturday, April 9, 2011 9:04pm]
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