Post Spring Depth Chart: Offense

A look at where the offensive depth chart stands at the conclusion of spring practices.

Wes Lunt
Reilly O'Toole
Aaron Bailey
The Word: The trio is diverse and each quarterback has strengths the other does not. Lunt's overall talent is too much for the others though, his arm and skills the perfect fit for Bill Cubit's offense.

Josh Ferguson
Donovonn Young
Devin Church
The Word: Ferguson is arguably the team's most explosive weapon, and Young is a plenty capable back-up heading into his senior season. Church's displayed consistency and versatility this spring helps create depth.

Justin Hardee
Peter Bonahoom

Geronimo Allison
Dionte Taylor

Mike Dudek
Martize Barr

The Word (on WRs): Allison, Hardee, Dudek and Barr are the top four of the bunch, a good mix of body types and skill sets. Depth is lacking, with help on the way in the form of Tyrin Stone-Davis.

Jon Davis
Matt LaCosse
Tyler White
The Word: The injury bug hit the position hard, costing Davis and LaCosse most of the work during spring. White is an up-and-coming playmaker that should push the two seniors for playing time come fall.

Simon Cvijanovic
Michael Heitz

Michael Heitz
Alex Hill

Alex Hill
Joe Spencer

Ted Karras
Scott McDowell

Austin Schmidt
Michael Heitz
Patrick Flavin

The Word (on the OL): The starting group appears solid, while depth is severely lacking. Cvijanovic and Karras could be All Big-Ten performers and the versatility of Hill and Heitz could help alleviate the lack of able bodies. The emergence of Spencer as a capable center provides some breathing room.

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