BF.C Offensive Depth Chart
COMMENT: Wheaton's touches will increase significantly as he is prepped to be one of the go to receivers in 2011.
Catchings, who played in just two games due to injuries, will be back and looking to reclaim his starting spot.
By the end of the year Bishop and Kjos were splitting time equally in
One can't ignore Bishop's athleticism and size and therefore he gets the pre-spring nod atop the depth chart.
Sophomore Kevan Walker, who returned punts in 2009, is also worth mentioning. He could lineup at any of the receiver spots.
Philipp in his first collegiate season turned in a solid campaign earning Freshman All-America
honors. He is solidly entrenched as a starter.
The battle for the backup will be between Wilder McAndrews and Oshinowo who are both coming back from injuries.
Geoff Garner, who played as a true freshman, may redshirt with the return of Oshinowo and McAndrews to the lineup.
Now with a year's worth of starts under his belt, Johnson will once again top the depth
chart, but he's probably not a lock.
Fellow walk-on Lamb, along with a couple of redshirt freshmen, could certainly push for playing time.
Linnenkohl will be the team's top returning starter with 26 consecutive
Since he is a senior look for a redshirt freshman to back him up (Thomas, Josh Andrews) and get valuable reps. Or, Pohl could slide over as a backup if he is not a starter at guard.
The saga of Pohl continues. Will he or won't he break through
to become a starter?
If he doesn't look for a walk on or redshirt freshman to battle for a top spot.
And don't forget about Colin Lyons who could finally crack the two deeps.
Remmers, like Philipp, is a virtual lock as a starter.
battle for the backup spot is where the action will be at...
|COMMENT: Camp returns for his final year while Reese, who redshirted last year as a junior, could have a breakout season.|
COMMENT: One of the goals in the offseason will be finding a way to get Halahuni more involved in the offense.
His backup, Prince, is pretty athletic as well.
At this point, it is Katz's job to lose.
Developing Lalich into a solid number two is important too.
We've always been very high on Vaz and now that he has a year under his belt with the Beavs, keep a close eye on him this spring.
Two-time first team All-Pac-10 pick Rodgers, obviously, tops the depth
Stevenson's touches should increase as he displayed flashes of star power in 2009.
Ryan McCants has a long way to go to earn playing time, but is still worth mentioning.
COMMENT: Darkins once again gets the (nearly) thankless job of leading the way for Quizz.
He did a great job in 2009, and with a year's experience and an offseason in the weightroom, will do an even better job in 2010.
Rodgers will be one of the top receivers in the conference in '10 and will look
to add to his record breaking career.
Munoz played very sparingly during the season, but had a great fall camp.