2015 Seminoles After having the highest scoring team in college football history in 2013 and another elite passing offense in 2014, pretty much everything is gone. Gone is the best player in Florida State history as Jameis Winston is quarterbacking the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after going No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft. Gone is Rashad Greene, the leading receiver in FSU history and Nick O'Leary, the leading tight end in FSU history. Oh, and four offensive linemen who are now in the NFL. Quarterback will be decided on incoming transfer from Notre Dame Everett Golson and Sean Maguire, whoever wins the job has an assortment of skill guys to use. When Dalvin Cook gets through his legal issues, he will take the #1 running back spot and be backed up by Mario Pender, and how much PT will freshman Jacques Patrick receive. Receivers will be led by Travis Rudolph and Ermon Lane with Jesus (Bobo) Wilson Jr being a slot guy along with Kermit Whitfield. How much time will speedster George Campbell and Da'Vante Phillips get to play? TE play will come down to Mavin Saunders, Ryan Izzo and Jeremy Kerr. The only for sure thing on the Offensive Line is LT Roderick Johnson, the other four positions will be decided upon and the team must gel for the offense to hit stride. The defensive line has depth, but can their be a superstar? Nile Lawrence-Stample, Derrick Nnadi, and Derrick Mitchell Jr. will rotate at the DT position, while Chris Casher, DeMarcus Walker, and Lorenzo Featherston will rotate at the Ends. The Linebackers are in shambles with MLB Reggie Northrup returning from an ACL tear in the Rose Bowl and Terrence Smith as the other incumbent starter. Juco transfer Lorenzo Phillips will try to make an impact along with some other young players. The secondary has one of, if not the best player in the nation in Jalen Ramsey and then have Tyler Hunter, Nate Andrews around him and then add in two 5 star recruits in Tarvaris McFadden and Derwin James. Specialist are Roberto Aguayo and he is the best in the Nation, but the NCAA likes to think otherwise by not giving him another Groza award. Punting duties belong to Cason Beatty, who has longed been talked about as being a not very good punter since Shaun Powell's absence. Kick returning and Punt returning will have some fierce competition as there is some serious speed on the team but the early looks in practice have been going to Kermit Whitfield, George Campbell, Bobo Wilson, and Jalen Ramsey.