Offensive Depth Chart
COMMENT: Coach Riley recently was asked who is one player who is flying under the radar and could have a big year. His answer - Catchings.
Munoz figures to get plenty of playing time.
Kjos could be the next "system" player who has a breakout year.
The coaches moved Bishop from the outside to the inside. They love his size and athleticism in the middle of the field.
Kelly is the default at left tackle after Timi Oshinow went down with
a knee injury and won't be available until October.
True freshman Philipp will be given a shot at the spot as well as McAndrews who is coming off a wrist injury and should be full speed by mid camp.
|COMMENT: Pohl still has plenty to prove from a charging Lamb who is coming off of a injury. The starting spot is still up for grabs.|
|COMMENT: One of the most solid positions from top to bottom on the team.|
|COMMENT: Peat is one of the top offensive linemen on the team with the ever improving Ellis serving as his backup.|
Coach Mike Cavanaugh wants Remmers to be more aggressive - keep an eye
on that during fall camp.
Garner is listed on the two deeps, but McAndrews or Kelly be the backups.
|COMMENT: Two undervalued, but solid players.|
COMMENT: Halahuni moves ahead of Reese on the depth chart. He could be in for a big year.
Don't count out Reese who has loads of experience.
Canfield firmly has the number one spot.
Moevao is expected to be a full strength by the first game and will be on a "pitch count" early on.
Katz will be the backup if Moevao is not ready for the season opener.
Rodgers is 100% - according to multiple doctors - and will participate
in contact drills although the coaches will not let the defensive
players unload on him.
McCants is coming off of a knee injury and is further along than expected. Riley expects him to be ready by mid camp.
In the meantime Stevenson and Ashton Jefferson will get lots of carries.
COMMENT: Could Darkins give the team another offensive threat and protect Quizz from some hits?
|COMMENT: Rodgers is 100% while Adeniji looks to continue to make a case for playing time.|