Florida Gators Football: Official 2014 depth chart

Will Muschamp may not think much of handing out a depth chart — saying he doesn’t care who starts games, only concerning himself with how his team finishes them. However, to fans that have been starving for football, the release of the 2014 Florida Gators football depth chart is like being served a medium rare porterhouse steak with all the fixings. It’s juicy; it’s just what you’ve been waiting for.

With just four days left until the Florida Gators kick off against Idaho, Muschamp released the official fall depth chart today.



QB: Jeff Driskel |Treon Harris

RB: Kelvin Taylor OR Matt Jones OR Mack Brown

B Back: Hunter Joyer | Gideon Ajagbe

WR (X): Quinton Dunbar | Demarcus Robinson | Alvin Bailey

WR (Z): Ahmad Fulwod | Andre Debose | Chris Thompson

WR (Y): Latroy Pittman | Valdez Showers | C.J. Worton

TE: Clay Burton | Jake McGee

LT: D.J. Humphries | David Sharpe

LG: Trip Thurman | Tyler Moore | Antonio Riles

C: Max Garcia | Drew Sarvary

RG: Trenton Brown OR Tyler Moore

RT: Chaz Green | Rod Johnson


BUCK: Dante Fowler Jr. | Alex McCalister

NT: Darious Cummings | Jay-nard Bostwick

DT: Leon Orr | Joey Ivie

DE: Jon Bullard | Bryan Cox Jr.

SAM LB: Neiron Ball | Alex Anzalone

MIKE LB: Michael Taylor | Jarrad Davis

WILL LB: Antonio Morrison | Daniel McMillian

CB: Vernon Hargreaves | Jalen Tabor

S: Keanu Neal | Duke Dawson

S: Jabari Gorman | Nick Washington OR Marcell Harris

CB: Brian Poole | J.C. Jackson OR Quincy Wilson

Nickel: Marcus Maye | Brian Poole

Dime (DB): Brian Poole | Marcel Harris

Dime (LB): Neiron Ball | Jarrad Davis

Special Teams

K: Austin Hardin OR Frankie Velez

P: Kyle Christy OR Johnny Townsend

KR: Andre Debose | Quinton Dunbar | Chris Thompson

PR: Andre Debsoe | Demarcus Robinson OR Vernon Hargreaves

LS: Drew Ferris | Kyle Crofoot

Holder: Jeff Driskel | Kyle Crofoot

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    • Personally, I think naming Clay the starter is a nod to him for being a senior over a guy who is a transfer. There’s no doubt that McGee brings much more to the table as far as offensive production and I think you’ll see the snaps show that.