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David Gilbert, Justin Renfrow could see a lot of time at Miami

Miami coaches released the team's final fall camp depth chart Monday night, and the biggest takeaway is that transfer defensive linemen David Gilbert (Wisconsin) and Justin Renfrow (Virginia) are in line to see a lot of playing time.

Both graduated from their previous schools and are eligible immediately, but neither was officially on Miami's roster until Aug. 10.

Gilbert (6-feet-4, 256 pounds) is listed as a backup defensive end, Renfrow (6-6, 320) a backup defensive tackle. Gilbert had four sacks last season, and had 8.5 sacks and 14.5 tackles for loss during his career with the Badgers. Renfrow has good size but made only 18 tackles in three seasons with the Cavaliers.

True freshman Stacy Coley, a consensus top-65 national recruit out of Fort Lauderdale, has ascended to No. 2 on the depth chart at wide receiver and slot receiver, and seems certain to see a lot of time this fall. Coley is a big-play threat, something UM needs at receiver. Rashawn Scott, who was the Hurricanes' No. 2 receiver last season, now is a third-team wide receiver.

Other notable depth-chart news:

» Senior Seantrel Henderson is the starting right tackle, with sophomore Ereck Flowers the starter on the left side. Junior Malcolm Bunche, who started at left tackle last season, is listed as a co-starter at left guard with junior Jon Feliciano.

» Junior Clive Walford is the starting tight end. Touted junior college transfer Beau Sandland is listed as the third-teamer.

» Senior Jimmy Gaines is the starter at middle linebacker. Sophomore Raphael Kirby, who was given a solid chance of unseating Gaines heading into fall camp, is listed as the co-second-teamer with senior Kelvin Cain.

» One cornerback spot remains up for grabs, between sophomores Tracy Howard and Antonio Crawford. Both were 2012 recruits; Howard was considered the nation's No. 1 cornerback prospect, while Crawford wasn't even considered a top-100 player from Florida.

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