Syracuse freshman running back Jordan Fredericks is listed as the starter on the Orange's Week 7 depth chart, ahead of Devante McFarlane for the first time this season.
On previous depth charts, Fredericks was listed as the co-backup along with George Morris II behind McFarlane. Against South Florida on Saturday, Fredericks ran the ball four times for 16 yards and had two receptions for 38 yards and a touchdown.
Fredericks leads all SU running backs this season in rushing attempts (42), yards gained (236) and rushing touchdowns (two). Along with freshman quarterback Eric Dungey, he's been a heavy contributor to Syracuse's offensive success despite beginning the season as a backup.
Aside from Fredericks being listed as the starter, there are only two other changes on this week's depth chart. Defensive tackles John Raymon and Chris Slayton are now listed as co-starters; last week, Slayton was listed as the starter. Additionally, hybrid back Ervin Philips has taken Rodney Williams' place as Brisly Estime's backup at punt returner.
Here's the full depth chart, via Cuse.com: