Several changes highlight Miami's new depth chart
ICONJacory Harris is back atop Miami's depth chart at QB.
The second depth chart of the spring features Jacory Harris as the No. 1 quarterback followed by Stephen Morris and Spencer Whipple. Whipple, of course, opened spring drills as the top signal caller on the roster.
At the skill positions, running back Storm Johnson assumed No. 1 duties at tailback, while LaRon Byrd and Travis Benjamin moved to the top of the chart at wide receiver.
On defense, Ray-Ray Armstrong is listed as the top strong safety after being limited at the beginning of spring drills. Redshirt freshman Travis Williams is now in Ramon Buchanan's spot at linebacker after Buchanan's suspension this week.
Perhaps the biggest story, though, is true freshman cornerback Thomas Finnie, who has maintained his hold on a top spot in the secondary.
Two other notes: Jordan Futch has moved from middle to outside linebacker, and sophomore Eduardo Clements has moved from running back to cornerback.
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