Here's the Eagles updated depth chart for the Clemson game. Just a few changes this week.
For the first time (perhaps all season?), there are no changes to the Eagles' two-deep offensive line. Hopefully Spaz has found an answer to the O Line's inconsistency with Mark Spinney at center and Richman at guard.
QB Josh Bordner makes his first appearance on the two-deep. Bordner is listed along with Marscovetra as the backup quarterback. Let's hope BC doesn't see their fourth quarterback take the field this season. Still no Shinskie, leading me to believe there might be more to this than just a concussion.
At RB, Andre Williams replaces Sterlin Phifer as Montel's backup.
On defense, Max Holloway gets the start at LE in place of the injured Alex Albright. Dan Williams will play behind Holloway. After serving a one game suspension against FSU (and being left last week's two-deep), Dominick LeGrande is back playing behind Noel. Hopefully the fact that Gause is still listed as the starting BC is good news on the injury front. Wes Davis, on the other hand, is now off the two-deep as a result of the neck injury he suffered on Saturday. Okechukwu Okoroha gets the start for the injured Davis, backed up by sophomore Hampton Hughes.
Montel is now officially listed as the starting punt returner, along with Bobby Swigert, while Chris Fox and Shakim Phillips have been placed at the kick returner spots. Gause is no longer listed as a punt or kick returner, which might have a bit to do with the injury and a bit to do with this unit's return woes.
Full depth chart after the jump.