Florida State's depth is the envy of college football coaches from coast to coast.
The Seminoles will return to the practice field on Aug. 4 and must replace five starters on each side of the ball. But four straight years of top-10 recruiting classes in the 247Sports rankings have given FSU plenty of options.
FSU's depth chart reads like a who's who of former 4-star and 5-star prospects. It's possible that the Seminoles will start eight players who were 5-stars: quarterback Jameis Winston, tailback Karlos Williams (who was a 5-star safety), tight end Nick O'Leary, defensive ends Mario Edwards Jr. and Chris Casher, defensive tackle Eddie Goldman, safety Jalen Ramsey and cornerback Ronald Darby.
Where FSU lost a player from 2013, in most areas there is an experienced backup. The exception is wide receiver, but seven players could contribute and support star receiver Rashad Greene.
Let's take a look at how FSU's depth chart looks heading into the start of fall camp.