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Here it is: USF football's new depth chart



After days of waiting, here's the newly updated USF football depth chart, which coach Skip Holtz was nice enough to run through after getting off the bus back on campus after two weeks in Vero Beach. It reflects the current depth chart right now, so injured lineman Mark Popek isn't on there, nor is linebacker Sam Barrington, who has missed three days of practices because of legal issues in Tampa. Cornerback Quenton Washington isn't listed as a starter, but that's in part because he's missed time in the past week with injury.



QB   B.J. Daniels     Eveld/Gunsby

RB   Mo Plancher     Demetris Murray

FB   Richard Kelly     Jeff Hawkins

TE   Kevin Gidrey   Andrew Ketchel

TE/WR (A)   Andreas Shields     Isaac Virgin

WR   Dontavia Bogan     T. J. Knowles

WR   Evan Landi     Faron Hornes

WR   Lindsey Lamar     Marc/Miller

LT   Jamar Bass     Damien Edwards

LG   Jeremiah Warren     John McGhin

C   Sampson Genus     Kevin McCaskill

RG   Chaz Hine     Danous Estenor

RT   Jake Sims     Quinterrious Eatmon


DE   Craig Marshall     Ryne Giddins

DT   Cory Grissom     Keith McCaskill

NT   Terrell McClain     Hill/Sager

DE   David Bedford     Forte/Hampton

SLB   Jacquian Williams     Donte Spires

MLB   Mike Lanaris     Armando Sanchez

WLB   Sabbath Joseph     Lattimore/Weatherspoon

CB   Mistral Raymond     Quenton Washington

SS   Jerrell Young     JaQuez Jenkins

FS   Jon Lejiste     Mark Joyce

CB   Kayvon Webster     Baker/Mitchell


PK   Maikon Bonani/Eric Schwartz (even)

P   Justin Brockhaus-Kann     Chris Veron

LS   Mike Walsh

There you have it. Some true freshmen included as top backups -- Mark Joyce and Terrence Mitchell in the secondary, Quinterrious Eatmon at tackle, and Bobby Eveld and Jamius Gunsby vying to be the top backup at quarterback. You'll notice there are 13 spots on the offensive depth chart, but that's how Holtz laid it out -- obviously the "A" position (a hybrid TE/WR spot) could be dropped, and the FB and TE slots could be merged, since the two spots are largely interchangeable.

The kicking job was the only spot where Holtz wouldn't single out a starter -- in spots where two players are even, I've put the two players in alphabetical order, so don't read too much into that.

[Last modified: Thursday, August 19, 2010 6:19pm]


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