Despite playing in each of Florida’s 11 offensive drives against Kentucky on Saturday, Will Grier is not listed as the lone starter at quarterback on the Week 4 depth chart.
For the fourth consecutive week, Grier and Treon Harris are both listed as the starters. Coach Jim McElwain said Monday that he will consider playing both against Tennessee on Saturday (3:30 p.m., CBS).
There were some changes to this week’s depth chart, though.
Running back Kelvin Taylor was moved to his usual first-string spot after being demoted to third-string last week. The demotion came after Taylor was the subject of McElwain’s sideline tirade when the ex-Glades Day School star was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct for a throat slash gesture to celebrate a touchdown against East Carolina.
But Taylor still received the most carries of all Florida’s running backs against Kentucky, finishing the game with 45 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.
Here’s the full depth chart: