Clemson-Syracuse depth charts released


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(USA TODAY Sports-Brett Davis)
(USA TODAY Sports-Brett Davis)

Changes on Clemson's depth chart for Syracuse were headlined by the announcement earlier on Monday that freshman Trevor Lawrence has moved to the No. 1 QB role.

Bryant had started the previous 18 games, going 16-2 with one loss coming when Bryant left the game midway through due to injury (Syracuse in 2017). Lawrence ranks in the top-10 nationally in passing efficiency (8th) and yards per attempt (10) going into his fifth game as a Tiger.

Also on offense, junior running back Tavien Feaster is now up to a co-backup role with Adam Choice after his eight rushes for 75 yards with a touchdown Saturday at Georgia Tech.

On the defensive side, redshirt freshman LeAnthony Williams was added to the two-deep as a co-backup to Trayvon Mullen with true freshman Kyler McMichael.

Check out Clemson's and Syracuse's depth charts below for the noon kickoff on Saturday (ABC):


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