Well, it appears that depth could be tested immediately in the season-opener at Miami next Monday.
"Castillo got in a little bit today, I think he got in a couple plays it wasn't a lot though," Bowden said.
"Meeks I am not sure got any. I would think our depth this year is as good or better than last year. I wish we had Castillo and Meeks. If we had both of them then we would really be in good shape on the offensive line."
Frady earned his first career start against Virginia last season in place of injured Castillo. He was the first true freshman to start in 18 seasons under offensive line coach Jimmy Heggins. Frady also stepped in for an injured Castillo against Miami and played well.
Lunford, meanwhile, played in all 13 games last season as a sophomore and started in three at tight guard.
"Lunford would go first and then Frady would go at center," Bowden said. "He is your next best center right now so that's who we would go with. He has come a long way since last year."
Meeks, who started nine games last year and played in 11 overall, says he feels better but remains unsure of his status.
"I am doing a little bit better," he said.
"I still have a little ways to go. I just have to give it one day at a time and see how it goes. I am just trying to trust the ankle, let it go and not think about it as much."