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2009 Fall Offensive Depth Chart V. 1.0: QBs, Backs and Receivers
After one day of fall camp, here is a projected depth chart, starters at some positions only until we get a better look at the roster. Bold indicates projected starter. Again, this is just a projection based on yesterday and last season. This does not reflect anyone else's opinion, and I am often wrong.
QB Bryson Daggett, Jr; Jake Nelson, SophBig news here as Chameron Lackey shifts to receiver.
FB Duke Dolphin, Jr; Brennan Frost, Sr.J.T. Cox, the big junior tailback, will also get carries. Tyler Reside could play here, and Frost can work as a receiver as well. If the QB competition goes downhill, would Tri consider moving Dolphin under center?
Y-Receiver/TE Chameron Lackey, Sr; or Aaron Britton, Sr; or Ross Jones, Sr.Hard to tell on this one with no sign of Britton at camp and Lackey running routes ahead of Jones here. Lackey could play pretty much any offensive skill position and I'm sure the coaches will move him around a bit.
H-Receiver Tyler Reside, Sr; Chase Crowley, Sr.
Reside is gonna rack up big numbers this year; he looks great. Crowley has been a rock on defense - we may see a breakthrough on the offensive side of the ball.
Z-Receiver Brandon Preslar, Jr; Billy Jo Baker, Sr.Preslar is a damn near mortal lock to lead the team in receptions. Baker looks to step out of his brother's shadow.
X-Reciever Arvid Isaksen, Sr; Jamie Laurine, Sr.Coach Tri expects good things from Isaksen, the point guard-turned-kicker-turned receiver. Laurine can step in ably as well.
I'd like to do an offensive line chart as well, but I just couldn't tell yesterday. That'll be next.