The Wake Forest football depth chart has been released and sufficed to say, there are some very minor changes after the bye week.
This week's WF depth chart for at FSU pic.twitter.com/aCnHmRi44R— Deacons Illustrated (@WakeRivals) October 16, 2018
As the team travels to Florida State, the biggest change is that Kendall Hinton is no longer listed in the two deep, not at quarterback or slot receiver.
That's the only change I'm seeing on the depth chart, which is good news overall for the Deacs. It does mean, however, that Kendall Hinton isn't anywhere on the 2-deep, but he's liable to play any number of spots in the coming weeks.— Les Johns (@Les_Johns) October 16, 2018
The other minor change is that freshman DB Nasir Greer is no longer on the depth chart as well. Also in the DB section is that CB Amari Henderson is listed first ahead in the “OR” designation ahead of Ja’Sir Taylor.
Greetings. Wake Forest coming off the off week, some depth chart musings:— Conor O'Neill (@ConorONeillWSJ) October 16, 2018
- There are almost zero changes
- The one change is at backup slot receiver. Jaquarii Roberson replaces Kendall Hinton
- No Nasir Greer
The Deacs hopefully used the bye week to get key players like WR Greg Dortch healthy and QB Sam Hartman refreshed to take on the bulk of the ACC schedule.
Sam Hartman starting things off at the weekly press conference, stating that both he and the team have an opportunity to keep improving, and are excited for the opportunity this week. pic.twitter.com/4BHahtQZMu— Wake Forest Football (@WakeFB) October 16, 2018
Interesting to note is that Dortch suffered an ankle injury in the second half against Clemson but is still listed as the starting receiver. Perhaps he will be good to go after the scare.
In a bit of bad news, please have DL LaRonde Liverpool in your thoughts and prayers after a serious car accident...
Wake Forest coach Dave Clawson said DL LaRonde Liverpool was in a serious car accident over the break, and asks that Wake fans keep him in your thoughts and prayers.— Les Johns (@Les_Johns) October 16, 2018