Depth Chart Notes: Pittsburgh

Tracking the latest changes of the weekly Blue Devil football depth chart



OFFENSE
Left Tackle

73 - Takoby Cofield (6-4, 310, R-Sr.)
76 - Gabe Brandner (6-6, 275, R-Fr.)

Left Guard
67 - Lucas Patrick (6-4, 305, R-Jr.)
65 - Cody Robinson (6-3, 295, R-Jr.)

Center
62 - Matt Skura (6-4, 305, R-Jr.)
50 - Austin Davis (6-4, 285, R-Fr.)

Right Guard
77 - Laken Tomlinson (6-3, 330, R-Sr.)
78 - Sterling Korona (6-7, 290, R-Fr.)

Right Tackle
71 - Casey Blaser (6-5, 285, R-So.) OR
79 - Tanner Stone (6-6, 300, R-So.)

Tight End
80 - David Reeves (6-5, 255, R-Jr.) OR
88 - Erich Schneider (6-7, 240, R-So.)

Quarterback
7 - Anthony Boone (6-0, 225, R-Sr.)
1 - Thomas Sirk (6-4, 215, R-So.)


Runningback
23 - Shaquille Powell (5-10, 205, Jr.)
9 - Josh Snead (5-9, 190, R-Jr.)


Wide Receiver
87 - Max McCaffrey (6-2, 195, Jr.)
10 - Ryan Smith (5-7, 165, So.) OR
86 - Terrence Alls (6-1, 180, R-Fr.)

Wide Receiver
3 - Jamison Crowder (5-9, 175, Sr.)
83 - Anthony Nash (6-5, 200, R-So.)

Wide Receiver
17 - Issac Blakeney (6-6, 225, R-Sr.)
83 - Johnell Barnes (6-0, 170, So.)




DEFENSE

Defensive End
34 - Jonathan Jones (6-3, 225, Sr.)
42 - Dezmond Johnson (6-4, 260, R-Jr.)
22 - Britton Grier (6-1, 245, R-Jr.)

Defensive Tackle
91 - Jamal Bruce (6-1, 285, R-Sr.)
93 - A.J. Wolf (6-4, 270, R-So.)

Defensive Tackle
98 - Carlos Wray (6-2, 290, Jr.)
95 - Jamal Wallace (6-4, 280, R-Sr.) OR
99 - Mike Ramsay (6-2, 295, R-Fr)

Defensive End
94 - Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo (6-4, 240, R-Sr.)
56 - Kyler Brown (6-4, 245, R-Jr.)


Linebacker
54 - C.J. France (6-0, 230, R-Sr.)
32 - Chris Holmes (6-2, 215, R-Fr.)
24 - Zavier Carmichael (6-0, 210, Fr.)

Linebacker
47 - David Helton (6-4, 230, Sr.)
48 - Deion Williams (6-0, 230, Jr.) OR


Cornerback
14 - Bryon Fields (5-11, 180, So.)
21 - Alonzo Saxton (5-11, 170, Fr.)


Cornerback
31 - Breon Borders (6-0, 175, So.)
39 - Zach Muniz (5-11, 170, Fr.)

Safety (R)
27 - DeVon Edwards (5-9, 175, R-So.)
40 - Dwayne Norman (6-1, 210, Jr.)

Safety (S)
16 - Jeremy Cash (6-2, 210, R-So.)
26 - Corbin McCarthy (5-10, 200, R-Fr.)


Safety (B)
33 - Deondre Singleton (5-11, 180, So.)
2 - Evrett Edwards (5-11, 190, R-Fr.)
37 - Phillip Carter (6-1, 195, R-Fr.)




SPECIAL TEAMS


Place-kicker/Kickoff

35 - Ross Martin (5-9, 185, Jr.)

Punter
41 - Will Monday (6-4, 210, R-Jr.)

Long Snapper
57 - Thomas Hennessy (6-3, 235, R-So.)


KO Returner
27 - DeVon Edwards (5-9, 175, R-So.)
28 - Shaquille Powell (5-10, 205, Jr.)

Punt Returner
3 - Jamison Crowder (5-9, 175, Sr.)
87 - Max McCaffrey (6-2, 195, Jr.)




NOTES


1. A coulpe of changes on the defensive side of the ball as Jonathan Jones moves from being a listed backup to listed starter at defensive end, though he’s started for the last four games. Kyle Brown and Jones essentially swapped spots on the list, while fifth year senior C.J. France returned against Virginia and regained his starting spot at the WLB.

2. Not that it matters given Duke’s stable approach to the running back position, but Josh Snead has been taking the first couple of series the last few games as at the starter over the listed Powell.

3. Laken Tomlinson is tied for the second longest current streak of consecutive games started among active NCAA FBS linemen. He also owns the second-most snaps played among the group, trailing only Marshall’s Chris Jasperse.

4. Redshirt freshman running back Joseph Ajeigbe turned in a career-best performance at Georgia Tech with a personal-high 53 ground yards. Meanwhile, his upperclassman teammate Shaquille Powell returned from an injury against Virginia and ran for a career-high 68 yards, all in the second half.

5. Duke has gone 16-5 in its last 21 games. It is the winningest 21-game stretch for the program since winning 16 and tying one during a 21-contest stretch from Nov. 11, 1961 - Nov. 9, 1963. Similarly, the Blue Devils have won 14 of their last 17 games for the most successful 17-contest stretch since winning 14 and tying one during a 17-game run from Nov. 18, 1961 - Oct. 19, 1963.

6. With a 20-13 victory against Virginia on Oct. 18, Duke lifted its overall record to 6-1. It is the first time Duke has started 5-2 or better in three consecutive seasons since a 10-year stretch from 1932-41.


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