Depth Chart: Florida OL O’Cyrus Torrence ready to return against Georgia

The Florida Gators will welcome back their right guard O'Cyrus Torrence on Saturday when they take on the Georgia Bulldogs.

UF released its weekly depth chart on Wednesday, and Torrence is no longer listed on the injury report with the lower-body issue that kept him out of the LSU game. He tried to play against the Tigers but didn’t feel well enough during pre-game warmups to take the field. Getting him back will provide a massive boost to Florida’s running game against what might be the best defense in the country.

That’s not the only change in the offensive line rotation. Josh Braun is no longer with the team after announcing his intentions to enter the transfer portal in December upon graduating from UF. Richie Leonard IV, who was already ahead of Braun in the rotation, is now listed as the team’s backup at both guard positions.

The defensive unit remained mostly untouched through the bye week. JACK linebacker Lloyd Summerall III is questionable with an upper-body injury, but he’s still listed as Florida’s third-string option behind Brenton Cox Jr. and Antwaun Powell-Ryland Jr.

Linebacker Diwun Black is still on the injury list with a lower-body issue. He missed Florida’s game against LSU and should be out against Georgia. True freshman cornerback Devin Moore is also unlikely to play after missing the past two games.

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