Projecting the Florida Gators’ 2015 Depth Chart

If the college football season started tomorrow, who would start at what position and who’s behind him? That’s a question fans of every team invariably ask as we enter the home stretch of the countdown to kickoff, and perhaps it’s applicable to no team more than Florida.

So based on what I’ve seen from spring practice, fall practice so far, and what coaches and players are saying, here’s what I’m guessing the depth chart will look like to begin the season:

Key: bold denotes returning starters, *denotes a position the Gators will use depending on the game situation

Florida Gators projected offensive depth chart
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
QB Will Grier Treon Harris Josh Grady Jacob Guy
RB Kelvin Taylor Jordan Scarlett Mark Herndon Jordan Cronkrite
WR-X DeMarcus Robinson Antonio Callaway CJ Worton Ryan Sousa Kalif Jackson
WR-Slot Brandon Powell LaTroy Pittman Alvin Bailey Valdez Showers
WR-Z Ahmad Fulwood Raph Andrades  Chris Thompson Ryan Sousa Kalif Jackson
TE Jake McGee DeAndre Goolsby C’yontai Lewis Moral Stephens Camrin Knight
LT Martez Ivey Mason Halter Kavaris Harkless
LG Trip Thurman Travaris Dorsey Brandon Sandifer
C Cam Dillard Tyler Jordan TJ McCoy
RG Antonio Riles Andrew Mike Nick Buchanan Richerd Desir-Jones
RT David Sharpe Fred Johnson
Florida Gators projected defensive depth chart
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
DE- rush Alex McCalister Cece Jefferson Jordan Sherit Justus Reed
DT Taven Bryan Caleb Brantley Thomas Holley Luke Ancrum
NT Joey Ivie Khairi Clark Andrew Ivie
DE-str. Jonathan Bullard Bryan Cox Jr. Jabari Zuniga
WLB Alex Anzalone Jarrad Davis Daniel McMillian Jeremi Powell
MLB Antonio Morrison Matt Rolin Rayshad Jackson Anthony Harrell
CB1 Vernon Hargreaves Quincy Wilson Deiondre Porter Chris Williamson Brian Poole
FS Keanu Neal Duke Dawson Nick Washington
SS Marcus Maye Marcell Harris Kylan Johnson
Nickel* Brian Poole Quincy Wilson Deiondre Porter
CB2* Jalen Tabor Quincy Wilson Deiondre Porter Chris Williamson Brian Poole
SLB* Matt Rolin Rayshad Jackson Anthony Harrell
Florida Gators projected special teams depth chart
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
PR Vernon Hargreaves Brandon Powell Valdez Showers
KR DeMarcus Robinson Brandon Powell Valdez Showers
P Johnny Townsend Austin Hardin Jorge Powell
K Austin Hardin Jorge Powell Johnny Townsend


6 thoughts on “Projecting the Florida Gators’ 2015 Depth Chart

  1. Wow, VH3 and D-Rob returning punts and kicks? I agree that special teams is important, but why use our best players on each side of the ball? I mean we never used Percy Harvin or Joe Haden to return kicks or punts… I don’t know. It just seems like we’re inviting opponents to try to lay out our two best players

    1. We did, occasionally, use Percy as a returner.. When an opponent would kick away from Brandon James, we would split the field and put Percy back there too… Between the two options, teams would start kicking back to BJ. So I guess Percy didn’t actually return much, but he was back there from time to time!

    2. Coach Mac said in a press conference that using best players in these situations gives the team the biggest advantage and the player the best opportunity to increase their stock as an NFL draft pick as special teams is most likely their first chance to contribute on an NFL roster. I like it. No more holding back in fear. Time to kick some asses.

  2. I agree with most of it except for the OL and LB. We’ll see McMillian or Davis on the field before Rolin. OL will look different after week 3 once we get the right feel for things. It’ll look mostly like this below but thats just what i’m thinkin.


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