Florida Gators release depth chart for Miami game

By Adam Silverstein
September 2, 2013

Though things could still change over the next five days, the Florida Gators on Monday afternoon released an updated depth chart ahead of Saturday’s game.

Florida omitted players that are not participating against the Miami Hurricanes due to injury or suspension; therefore, the depth chart below is an “active” version rather than a “best-case scenario” version. Be aware of notations marked with (»).


QB: 6 Jeff Driskel, 3 Tyler Murphy
RB: 24 Matt Jones, 33 Mack Brown, 10 Valdez Showers OR 37 Mark Herndon
FB: 43 Hunter Joyer, 25 Gideon Ajagbe
WR (X): 1 Quinton Dunbar, 11 Demarcus Robinson
WR (Z): 83 Solomon Patton, 5 Ahmad Fulwood, 85 Chris Thompson
» 13 Latroy Pittman is suspended for Saturday’s game.
F Position: 8 Trey Burton, 30 Mike McNeely
» 13 Latroy Pittman is suspended for Saturday’s game.
TE: 88 Clay Burton, 87 Tevin Westbrook, 84 Colin Thompson

LT: 70 D.J. Humphries, 76 Max Garcia
LG: 76 Max Garcia, 63 Trip Thurman
C: 72 Jonotthan Harrison, 64 Kyle Koehne
RG: 64 Kyle Koehne, 77 Ian Silberman
» 67 Jon Halapio is not playing Saturday (torn pectoral).
RT: 73 Tyler Moore, 74 Trenton Brown


DE: 90 Jonathan Bullard, 94 Bryan Cox, Jr.
NT: 44 Leon Orr, 4 Damien Jacobs
DT: 2 Dominique Easley, 55 Darious Cummings
Buck DE: 6 Dante Fowler, Jr., 95 Alex McCalister
SLB: 7 Ronald Powell, 13 Daniel McMillian
MLB: 51 Michael Taylor, 3 Antonio Morrison
» Morrison returns after suspension but not as a starter.
WLB: 11 Neiron Ball, 49 Darrin Kitchens

RCB: 14 Jaylen Watkins OR 15 Loucheiz Purifoy
LCB: 5 Marcus Roberson, 16 Vernon Hargreaves III
Nickel CB: 24 Brian Poole, 16 Vernon Hargreaves III
Dime CB: 20 Marcus Maye, 31 Cody Riggs
S: 20 Marcus Maye, 42 Keanu Neal
S: 31 Cody Riggs, 21 Jabari Gorman


K: 16 Austin Hardin, 97 Brad Phillips
P: 4 Kyle Christy, 40 Justin Vogel
H: 3 Tyler Murphy, 43 Kyle Crofoot
LS: 46 Drew Ferris, 43 Kyle Crofoot
KR: 83 Solomon Patton, 10 Valdez Showers
PR: 5 Marcus Roberson, 8 Trey Burton, 24 Brian Poole


  1. Crock says:

    Austin Hardin is garbage.
    I saw him kick in the UA game and he was shanking extra points. Nothing has changed. His play will cost us some games this year.

    • cline says:

      I saw the UA game too and agree. I was confused how he was so highly rated. Hopefully game reps will get him shored up. Go Gators!

  2. Crock says:

    Also Jeff Driskel still sucks.

    By the end of the year you will all be singing my same tune unfortunately.

    • gatorboi352 says:

      I disagree here. I just don’t think he should have been rated as high as he was coming out of HS. He’ll end up being a Conner Shaw type of QB for us. Some amazing plays and wins, and some frustrating losses.

      The way I see it, anybody is better than Brantley, and Tyler is missing something that apparently both Urban and Muschamp agree on.

      • Crock says:

        Then you and I agree. I am a little over the top, but I think Driskel is our best option at QB.

        He has all the physical tools to be successful. Size, Speed, Arm.
        I don’t believe he can handle the mental aspect of it. Pease seems to give him short simple reads.
        He also has no pocket presence at all.

        We will win our fair share of games due to his playmaking abilities and our defense, but he will also lose a game or two a year just due to his mistakes.

        He’s more physically gifted than Shaw.

  3. Aligator says:

    If 11-2 still sucks I will take it.

    • Michael Jones says:

      No kidding. Driskel is a super QB on his way to becoming a great QB. I’ve been a Gator fan for a long time, and the most frustrating part of being a Gator fan is the loser, hypercritical, never-happy attitude that so many Gator fans have. Nothing is ever good enough. If we win the SEC championship, we could have won by more. If we win the BCS championship, we could have looked better doing it. On and on the whining and criticism of our own players goes.

      And now “Jeff Driskel still sucks?” What a Crock.

  4. Aurelio says:

    I think we all saw improvement from Driskel on Saturday and although he may not be what people want him to be (the next Tim Tebow) he will become a great game manager and that’s really what we need. Look at Bama with McCarron, he is a great game manager and gets the job done. I am completely fine with that if Driskel can become a QB with a good completion percentage and can take care of the ball.

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