FSU has talent but loses depth across its defensive front

Heading into the start of fall camp one position that first-year head coach Mike Norvell and new defensive coordinator Adam Fuller had to feel good about was that of it's defensive front. That position group instantly became deeper when the Seminoles switched back to a 4-3 scheme after lining up in base 3-4 defense. The defensive tackle, nose guard and two defensive spots looked to be the deepest positions on the defense with proven starters returning from last year's team and a wealth of talented young players who showed signs of coming into their . . .

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