Florida State Football: Predicting the Depth Chart Heading into Fall Camp

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Florida State Football: Predicting the Depth Chart Heading into Fall Camp
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Jimbo Fisher has a roster loaded with 5-star prospects who have developed into starters (and stars) for the Seminoles.

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. 

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