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NOTE: Injured players are not included on the depth chart
SUMMARY: At times he was unblockable, even by the veteran Mike Remmers, and even though he is just in his second year at defensive end some say Miller has a shot at post season honors.
There is plenty of work to do behind Miller though in walk-ons Seumalo and Kell. Are they capable of spelling Miller once in awhile? That still remains to be seen.
SUMMARY: It was already known that Paea is one of the top defensive tackles in the nation and spring practice firmly solidified this belief as fact.
Masaniai had a quiet spring, as did Hull. Converted offensive lineman Motter made the most noise as Riley says he has a chance to make the travel squad.
SUMMARY: Olander, like Paea, was a beast in the middle of the field, but strep throat limited his practice time late in the month.
One of the most pleasant surprises was Frahm who had a fantastic spring and will be one of the first players off of the bench.
Hannah, another converted offensive lineman, also caught the eye of Riley as the head man says he has a chance to make the travel team.
SUMMARY: Henry's dominating performance in the spring game -- and his overall performance this spring -- couldn't have come at a better time. The tackles couldn't contain his speed, and Riley said Henry reminded him of Slade Norris.
With Henry coming into his own it is all about developing depth.
Braun is transitioning into his role on defense nicely, but will be pushed by Mana Rosa, who will be back from shoulder surgery, and incoming junior college transfer Dominic Glover.
SUMMARY: The extra snaps that Unga and Camat received due to Keith Pankey recovering from surgery will pay dividends during the season.
Unga proved he can play with the first stringers while Camat is a reliable backup. Riley has mentioned Camat a few times, but the senior has yet to make a significant impact.
SUMMARY: The battle for middle linebacker will continue between Wilson and Robinson in the fall. Wilson appears to have the slight lead at this point over Robinson but keep in mind that the last week of the spring, Robinson was running with the 1s -- and Robinson started the spring game as well.
Don't count out Unga, though, as he was slowed down by a pelvic injury.
SUMMARY: Roberson, the elder statesman of the linebacking group and recently voted team captain, had a quiet, but solid spring. He is a lead by example player, so quiet or not, he was certainly effective.
Doctor caught on quickly and it wouldn't be surprising to see him slide up into the two deeps and at the very least become a force to reckon with on special teams.
SUMMARY: There were questions by some about the consistency of Dockery, who was recently voted one of the team captains, heading into spring, but the junior solidified his role as a starter at times showing the ability to lockdown one side of the field.
Poyer will see the field plenty though - he just knows how to make plays and is getting better with every snap.
SUMMARY: One of the deepest positions on the team is at safety. The talented Mitchell is without a doubt a starter, but LaGrone will get plenty of reps.
Look for Dilbeck to at least make a splash on special teams. It seemed like he had a pick almost every day of practice.
SUMMARY: When Banker was asked who in the secondary was having the best spring he replied, "Tuimaunei." Tui is the fastest safety on the team and after a rough season in '09, he has got his confidence back.
That doesn't mean Collins is in danger of losing his job. Collins is an absolute beast and brings that "fear factor" to the secondary.
Keep your eyes on Watkins who, like Dilbeck, seemed to have a pick or bat down each day.
SUMMARY: It is all about being consistent for Hardin, he has got the physical tools, the experience and the knowledge, now he just needs to do it every single play.
The coaches love Parker's speed and Reynolds athleticism, but they will have to cut their teeth on special teams as Poyer will be the first off of the bench.