Depth Charts Released For BC vs. UCF

The Boston College Eagles (0-1) will head to Orlando, Florida this weekend for a date with the University of Central Florida Knights (1-0) in what is shaping up to be an early season must-win for the Eagles after a bitter loss to Northwestern on opening weekend.

The first look at the depth chart for BC reveals that sophomore Jonathan Coleman is being given the opportunity to fill the shoes of senior wide receiver Ifeanyi Momah who was lost for the season in the closing moments of the 24-17 loss to the Wildcats thanks to an ACL tear.

More analysis of the roster after the jump.

Also of note is that senior CB Donnie Fletcher is against listed as the starter after sitting out this past weekend with a back injury.  He'll man the field corner spot opposite CJ Jones.  Brockton, MA native Albert Louis-Jean will back up Fletcher after a tough debut.

Montel Harris (knee) is not listed on the depth chart, but it has reportedly progressed to the point where he might see some action behind Andre Williams.

For the Knights, their depth chart features no major changes.  The player to watch will be sophomore quarterback Jeffrey Godfrey.

For more BC Football coverage, visit our team page and blog, BC Interruption.

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