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Starter: D.J. Humphries
Backup: Kavaris Harkless
Humphries was one of Florida's most consistent offensive linemen before ending his season with a knee injury. He's healthy now and will hold down Driskel's blindside.
Harkless is a 2014 recruit with a ton of upside and a bit of a mean streak to his game. He'll use this season likely to add weight to his 6'5" frame.
Starter: Tyler Moore
Backup: Roderick Johnson
Moore spent time working at guard last year before an injury to Chaz Green forced him to slide over to tackle. He's now at his more comfortable position and should have the left guard spot locked up.
Johnson missed much of the spring with a concussion, but he should be ready to go by the time the season rolls around.
Starter: Max Garcia
Backup: Trip Thurman
Garcia started every game last season on the left side of the line and has made a positive transition to center. He looked really comfortable at the position during the spring game and should only get better with more reps in the fall.
Thurman has switched from guard to backup center and seems to have the position if the season stared today. However, don't count out Cameron Dillard just yet.
Starter: Trenton Brown
Backup: Drew Sarvary
Brown started the final five games last season at right tackle, but his massive 6'8", 361-pound frame and brute strength makes him a much better fit at guard. He's going to thrive at his new position.
Sarvary, a JUCO transfer, saw lots of reps in the spring at right guard, but there's no way at this point in the process that he's going to take the starting job away from Brown.
Starter: Chaz Green
Backup: David Sharpe
Green missed all of last season with an injury but proved throughout the spring that he may be the most talented offensive lineman on the roster. He's quick off the ball, moves his feet well and does a nice job of driving a defender off the ball. Sharpe is one of Florida's top 2014 recruits, and he'll be waiting in the wings.