Maryland has released its two-deep depth chart in advance of Saturday’s game against No. 22 Michigan, highlighted by shuffling on the offensive line that we saw for the first time last week against West Virginia.
With starting left guard Mike Minter scheduled to undergo season-ending labrum surgery on Wednesday, Ryan Doyle officially shifts over to take his spot. It is the same position for Doyle that he played against the Mountaineers.
Former five-star recruit Damian Prince gets his second career start at right tackle, where Doyle was to begin the season. He is now backed up by former four-star Derwin Gray, who moves over from being the backup left tackle.
Will McClain fills Gray’s spot behind Michael Dunn at left tackle.
Also on the depth chart, Maryland formalized the shuffling of backups in the secondary that was in response to a season-ending injury to defensive back Antwaine Carter vs. South Florida.
Darnell Savage backs up Will Likely at cornerback. Alvin Hill shifts from backup cornerback behind Likely to backup safety behind A.J. Hendy. He replaces Josh Woods in that role.
Maryland head coach Randy Edsall and players will be made available to the media on Tuesday at noon. Coordinators and more players, including quarterback Caleb Rowe, will be made available on Wednesday.
The depth chart, as expected, lists Rowe as the starter for Saturday.