First Look: 2011 USF Spring Depth Chart

As promised USF Head Coach Skip Holtz announced his first initial depth chart of the spring before the start of practice on Monday.

As Promised Coach Skip Holtz announced his initial spring depth chart before the start of practice on wednesday.

No players switched from offense to defense or vice versa, but several there are several spring movers.

Click here to see what Holtz said about the depth chart

Mid-Spring Depth chart

Offense

SE: Sterling Griffin, Deonte Welch
LT: Mark Popek, Darren Powe
LG: Jeremiah Warren, John McGhin
OC: Kevin McCaskill, Austin Reiter
RG: Chaz Hine, Danous Estenor
RT: Quinterrius Eatmon, Damien Edwards
TE: Andreas Shields, Isaac Virgin
FL: Evan Landi, Terrence Mitchell, or Derrick Hopkins,
QB: B.J. Daniels, Bobby Eveld
RB: Demetris Murray, Darrell Scott
FB: Armando Sanchez, Chase Griffiths
Slot: Joel Miller, Victor Marc, or Faron Hornes*

*Slot replaces TE or F in 3-receiver set

Defense
LE: Ryne Giddins, Claude Davis
NT: Cory Grissom, Luke Sager, or Todd Chandler
DT: Keith McCaskill, Demi Thompson, or Anthony Hill
RE: Patrick Hampton, JuJu Forte
SAM: Sam Barrington, Reshard Cliett or Mike Jeune
MIKE: Mike Lanaris, Sam Barrington
WILL: DeDe Lattimore, Curtis Weatherspoon
LC: Kayvon Webster, Ernie Tabuteau
SS: Jon Lejiste, Jaquez Jenkins
FS: Jerrell Young, Mark Joyce
RC: Quenton Washington, George Baker
Specialists
P: Chris Veron, Justin Brockhaus-Kann
K: Maikon Bonani, Marvin Kloss
LS: Mike Walsh, Cory Schomp

Note A.J. Love wasn't practicing and Jamius Gunsby wasn't at practice.

First Glance notes:

--Freshman Quinterrius Eatmon is listed as a first-team RT
--Freshman Chris Veron is now listed ahead of incumbent Justin Brockhaus-Kann for punter
--WR Sterling Griffin is listed as first team split end
--WR A.J. Love isn't listed on the depth chart
--Walk-on corner Ernie Tabuteau is listed as a second team corner
--Armando Sanchez is the no 1 FB, backed up by Chase Griffiths
--Reshard Cliett and Mike Jeune are battling it out at Sam LB
--Demi Thompson and Todd Chandler are both battling to make the two-deep

Click here to see what Holtz said about the depth chart

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