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Florida State Seminoles spring football two-deep depth chart


QB Christian Ponder, R.-Sr. EJ Manuel, R.-So. *

RB Chris Thompson, So. Jermaine Thomas, Jr.

FB Lonnie Pryor, So. Debrale Smiley, So.

WR Bert Reed, R.-Jr. Willie Haulstead, So.

WR Jarmon Fortson, Jr. Rodney Smith, So.

TE Beau Reliford, Jr. Ja'Baris Little, Jr.

OT Andrew Datko, Jr. Rhonne Sanderson, R.-So.

OG Rodney Hudson, Sr. Bryan Stork, Fr.

C Ryan McMahon, R.-Sr. A.J. Ganguzza, R.-Jr.

OG David Spurlock, Jr. Blake Snider, So.

OT Zebrie Sanders, Jr. * Henry Orelus, R.-Fr.


DE Markus White, Sr. Toshmon Stevens, R.-So.

DT Everett Dawkins, R.-So. Anthony McCloud, So.

DT Moses McCray, Jr. * Jacobbi McDaniel, So.

DE Brandon Jenkins, So. Dan Hicks, R.-Fr.

LB Nigel Carr, Jr. Mister Alexander, R.-Sr.

MLB Kendall Smith, Sr. Jeff Luc, Fr.

LB Nigel Bradham, Jr. Vince Williams, R.-So.

CB Ochuko Jenije, R.-Sr. Xavier Rhodes, R.-Fr.

S Terrance Parks, So. Gerald Demps, R.-Fr.

S Nick Moody, R.-So. Jajuan Harley, So.

CB Greg Reid, So. Dionte Allen, R.-Jr.

PK Dustin Hopkins, So.

P Shawn Powell, Jr.

LS Chris Revell, R.-Fr.

H Shawn Powell, Jr.

* Out, recovering from surgery

Florida State Seminoles spring football two-deep depth chart 04/10/10 [Last modified: Sunday, April 11, 2010 12:54am]
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