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Florida State Seminoles football two-deep depth chart


QBChristian Ponder, Jr.E.J. Manuel, Fr.

TBJermaine Thomas, So.Ty Jones, So.

FBMarcus Sims, Jr.Seddrick Holloway, Sr.

WRRichard Goodman, Sr.Rod Owens, Sr.

WRBert Reed, So.Jarmon Fortson, So.

TECaz Piurowski, Sr.Bo Reliford, So.

LTAndrew Datko, So.Rhonne Sanderson, Fr.

LGRodney Hudson, Jr.Blake Snider, Fr.

CRyan McMahon, Jr.A.J. Ganguzza, So.

RGDavid Spurlock, So.Brandon Davis, Jr.

RTZebrie Sanders, So.Antwane Greenlee, So.


DEMarkus White, Jr.Toshmon Stevens, Fr.

DTJustin Mincey, Sr.Moses McCray, So.

NGKendrick Stewart, Sr.Everette Dawkins, So.

DEKevin McNeil, Sr.Brandon Jenkins, Fr.

WLBNigel Bradham, So.Maurice Harris, So.

MLBKendall Smith, Jr.Recardo Wright, Sr.

SLBNigel Carr, So.Mister Alexander, Jr.

CBPatrick Robinson, Sr.A.J. Alexander, Fr.

CBOchucko Jenije, Jr.Dionte Allen, So.

FSJamie Robinson, Sr.Terrance Parks, So.

RVKorey Mangum, Sr.Nick Moody, Fr.

Florida State Seminoles football two-deep depth chart 04/04/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 11, 2009 11:02pm]
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