Florida football releases depth chart for Week 2 game vs. Tennessee-Martin

By Adam Silverstein
September 2, 2019
Florida football releases  depth chart for Week 2 game vs. Tennessee-Martin

The No. 8 Florida Gators on Monday released their second depth chart of the 2019 season ahead of their Week 2 showdown against the Tennessee-Martin Skyhawks. While there were no changes to the offensive side of the ball, there were some minor notes defensively.

It is unknown whether any Gators will be missing Saturday’s game due to injury or suspension as head coach Dan Mullen has not yet spoken this week. Notable as always are the “OR” designations. There were a whopping 15 on the Week 0 depth chart and 14 remain this week.

Let’s take a look at the complete depth chart ahead of Florida’s second game of the season.


QB: Feleipe Franks, Kyle Trask OR Emory Jones
RB: Lamical Perine, Malik Davis, Dameon Pierce, Iverson Clement
TE: Kyle Pitts OR Lucas Krull, Kemore Gamble OR Dante Lang
WR (X): Van Jefferson, Jacob Copeland
WR (Z): Josh Hammond OR Freddie Swain OR Kadarius Toney
WR (Y): Tyrie Cleveland OR Treon Grimes, Rick Wells

LT: Stone Forsythe, Richard Gouriage
LG: Brett Heggie, Ethan White
C: Nick Buchanan, Tanner Rowell
RG: Chris Bleich, TJ Moore
RT: Jean Delance, Michael Tarquin


DE: Jabari Zuniga, Zachary Carter, Andrew Chatfield
NT: Kyree Campbell, Luke Ancrum OR Tedarrell Slaton
DT: Adam Shuler, Marlon Dunlap
Buck: Jon Greenard OR Jeremiah Moon
MLB: David Reese II, James Houston OR Lacedrick Brunson
MLB: Amari Burney OR Ventrell Miller

Chatfield was added as the third defensive end. Elijah Conliffe was removed as backup defensive tackle (injury).

CB: C.J. Henderson, Jaydon Hall OR Chester Kimbrough
Star: Trey Dean III OR Amari Burney
CB: Marco Wilson, Kaiir Elam
S: Jeawon Taylor OR Brad Stewart
S: Donovan Stiner OR Shawn Davis, Quincy Lenton

Special teams

K: Evan McPherson, Chris Howard
P: Tommy Townsend, Jacob Finn
H: Tommy Townsend
LS: Jacob Tilghman
KR: Freddie Swain, Kadarius Toney
PR: Freddie Swain, Josh Hammond


  1. W. Wiggs says:

    I know Coach Mullen is a great coach and he certainly has insight who is the best player for each position but being an avid fan who has followed the Gator since SOS played QB, I have concerns with Dean at Star position. He has missed numerous tackles and when he is defending against the pass he is going to get passing interference called 3 out of 5 times. Please don’t take my word just watch him…just saying.

  2. Leonard K Williams says:

    I enjoy his aggressive get after it type play, he just need to control his emotions and trust his skills. I am more interested and concern with AN play. Frank’s cannot be aloud to make freshman mistakes and jeopardizewinning. Would love me to see Jones on field doing wild cat and some play action with his speed to keep aggressive defenses off Alan e.

  3. Jerome Huffman says:

    lets go gators!

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