University of Miami Releases Spring Football Depth Chart

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Spring football is upon us, and for college football fans who are already jonesing for more of the greatest game in the world, this is great news. It’s a chance for college football fans to get a close look at their favorite teams and get a taste of what they can expect to see in 2013. Position battles, newcomers and countless other storylines fill this portion of the preseason. Fans of the University of Miami got a sneak peek this week of what head coach Al Golden sees as the starters on both sides of the ball for the Hurricanes. Hurricane Sports first published the following depth chart here about a week ago.

OFFENSE

  • WR: Allen Hurns, Rashawn Scott
  • LT: Malcolm Bunche, Erick Flowers
  • LG: Jonathan Feliciano, Hunter Wells
  • C: Jared Wheeler, Hunter Knighton
  • RG: Brandon Linder, Daniel Isidora
  • RT: Seantrel Henderson, Sunny Odogwu
  • TE: Clive Walford, Asante Cleveland
  • FB: Maurice Hagens
  • QB: Stephen Morris, Ryan Williams
  • RB: Duke Johnson, Dallas Crawford, Danny Dillard
  • WR: Phillip Dorsett, Herb Waters

DEFENSE

  • DE: Anthony Chickillo, Jalen Grimble
  • DT: Curtis Porter, Earl Moore
  • DT: Olsen Pierre, Corey King
  • DE: Shayon Green, Dyron Dye
  • SLB: Alex Figeuroa, Tyriq McCord
  • MLB: Raphael Kirby, Jimmy Gaines
  • WLB: Denzel Perryman, Tyrone Cornelius
  • CB: Ladarius Gunter, Larry Hope
  • S: Rashawn Jenkins, Nantambu-Akil Fentress
  • S: AJ Highsmith, Deon Bush
  • CB: Tracy Howard, Nate Dortch

No real surprises here, but later in the week I will expand on a few of the potential positional battles that could arise on offense and defense. But for now Hurricanes fans, here’s at least an initial look at your 2013 squad. There looks to be lots of talented athletes on both sides of the football, and what should be a much improved team.

Curt covers the Pittsburgh Steelers, the NFL draft, and college football for Rant Sports. Connect with Curt on twitter @nfldraftboard.

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