Who wants to take a shot at the offense depth chart?

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I believe that there are a lot of players on offense with high ceilings, most are inexperienced and unproven though. Just too many question marks for me to even make a guess at the starting line up, that will be decided in spring practice and fall camp.
 
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QB- Harrison Bailey (Fr.), Kaidon Salter (Fr.), Herndon Hooker (Jr,), Brian Maurer (So.)

RB- Tiyon Evans (So.), Jabari Small (Fr.), Carlin Fils-Aime (RSSr.), Dee Beckwith (Fr.), Jaylen Wright (Fr.), Tee Hodge (Fr.)

WR- Jalin Hyatt (Fr.), Malachi Wideman (Fr.), Jimmy Holiday (Fr.), Cedric Tillman (RSSo.)

WR- Ramel Keyton (So.), Jimmy Calloway (Fr.), Andison Coby (So.), Julian Nixon (Fr.), Kenney Solomon (RSFr.)

WR- Velus Jones (Sr.), DeAngelo Gibbs (RSJr.), Walker Merrill (Fr.)

TE/H- Austin Pope (St.), Princeton Fant (RSJr.), Trinity Bell (Fr.)

TE- Jacob Warren (RSSo.), Miles Campbell (Fr.), Sean Brown (RSFr.)

RT- Darnell Wright (So.), K’Rojhn Calbert (RSJr.), William Parker (Fr.)

RG- Javontez Spraggins (Fr.), Kingston Harris (RSSo.), Chris Akporoghene (RSFr.)

C- Cooper Mays (Fr.), Jackson Lampley (RSFr.)

LG- Jerome Carvin (Jr.), Riley Locklear (Sr.), James Robinson (Fr.), Oliver Lane (RSSo.)

LT- Cade Mays (Jr.), Jeremiah Crawford (So.), Reginald Perry (Fr.)
 
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QB- Harrison Bailey (Fr.), Kaidon Salter (Fr.), Herndon Hooker (Jr,), Brian Maurer (So.)

RB- Tiyon Evans (So.), Jabari Small (Fr.), Carlin Fils-Aime (RSSr.), Dee Beckwith (Fr.), Jaylen Wright (Fr.), Tee Hodge (Fr.)

WR- Jalin Hyatt (Fr.), Malachi Wideman (Fr.), Jimmy Holiday (Fr.), Cedric Tillman (RSSo.)

WR- Ramel Keyton (So.), Jimmy Calloway (Fr.), Andison Coby (So.), Julian Nixon (Fr.), Kenney Solomon (RSFr.)

WR- Velus Jones (Sr.), DeAngelo Gibbs (RSJr.), Walker Merrill (Fr.)

TE/H- Austin Pope (St.), Princeton Fant (RSJr.), Trinity Bell (Fr.)

TE- Jacob Warren (RSSo.), Miles Campbell (Fr.), Sean Brown (RSFr.)

RT- Darnell Wright (So.), K’Rojhn Calbert (RSJr.), William Parker (Fr.)

RG- Javontez Spraggins (Fr.), Kingston Harris (RSSo.), Chris Akporoghene (RSFr.)

C- Cooper Mays (Fr.), Jackson Lampley (RSFr.)

LG- Jerome Carvin (Jr.), Riley Locklear (Sr.), James Robinson (Fr.), Oliver Lane (RSSo.)

LT- Cade Mays (Jr.), Jeremiah Crawford (So.), Reginald Perry (Fr.)
I agree with your entire depth chart. Honestly looking at it on paper we are young & inexperienced but there is alot of talent. By my count thats 19 players with at least 4 star talent. Now if we can just coach them up to their potential we may have something.
Only thing I think will be different is Calbert may start on the oline, & I think BM will be qb2 or qb3.
 
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Honestly....I think that doing a depth chart right now is pointless. And I don't say that insultingly, I say that because I am expecting this staff is going to hit the transfer market hard this summer, and our team may look different. With the loss of Brown, Gooch and Brooks, I am pretty certain we get those spots back, and we can use them on transfers, which will especially be helpful if the one time transfer rule ever passes.

I could see our staff going after a lot of transfers after the spring.
 
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I believe we have some underrated talent across the board on the offensive side. A lot is going to depend upon line play and QBing. I believe both positions will be coached much better. With the scheme CJH runs, depth will be essential. I look for Small, Evans, Hyatt, and Velus Jones to really eat in this system.
 
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I agree with your entire depth chart. Honestly looking at it on paper we are young & inexperienced but there is alot of talent. By my count thats 19 players with at least 4 star talent. Now if we can just coach them up to their potential we may have something.
Only thing I think will be different is Calbert may start on the oline, & I think BM will be qb2 or qb3.
My biggest concern is LT. Mays isn't a true Left Tackle. I hope Crawford can be that guy. Or maybe Perry will develop.
 
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My biggest concern is LT. Mays isn't a true Left Tackle. I hope Crawford can be that guy. Or maybe Perry will develop.
Sad that Johnson transferred as he is likely a starter. I’d say he had a connected at aTm and I think they lost most their line. Wright and Calbert may be your tackles. Or, the JUCO Heupel signed. They’ve got some legit players at guard.
 
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QB:
-Harrison Bailey
-Hendon Hooker
-Kaidon Salter
-Brian Maurer

RB
-Tiyon Evans
-Jabari Small
-Jaylen Wright
-Dee Beckwith
-Tee Hodge

FB/H-Back
-Austin Pope

WR-X
-Velus Jones Jr
-Ramel Keyton
-Walker Merrill

WR-Y
-Malachi Wideman
-Cedric Tillman
-Kaemen Marley

WR-S
-Jalin Hyatt
-Jimmy Calloway
-Jimmy Holiday
-Andison Coby

TE
-Princeton Fant
-Miles Campbell
-Jacob Warren
-Sean Brown
-Julian Nixon
-Trinity Bell

LT
-K’Jhron Calbert
-William Parker
-Dayne Davis

LG
-Javontez Spraggins
-Riley Locklear
-Amari McNeil

C
-Jerome Carvin
-Cooper Mays
-Jackson Lampley
-Ollie Lane

RG
-Darnell Wright
-Chris Akporoghene
-James Robinson

RT
-Cade Mays
-Jeremiah Crawford
-RJ Perry
 
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My biggest concern is LT. Mays isn't a true Left Tackle. I hope Crawford can be that guy. Or maybe Perry will develop.
Thats were I think Calbert starts. He is a 10yr SR and has played alot of ball for us. My guess is Calbert & Wright are the tackles, Cade & Carvin are the guards, Cooper is the center. Lampley, Spraggins, Locklear are next men up. Hopefully Crawford can be the swing tackle. If we can stay reasonably healthy everyone else should be focused on being quality depth.
 
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Sad that Johnson transferred as he is likely a starter. I’d say he had a connected at aTm and I think they lost most their line. Wright and Calbert may be your tackles. Or, the JUCO Heupel signed. They’ve got some legit players at guard.
Yeah I don’t know what Johnson was thinking, but he had a chance to star at LT in 2021 and make a ton of money.
 
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Thats were I think Calbert starts. He is a 10yr SR and has played alot of ball for us. My guess is Calbert & Wright are the tackles, Cade & Carvin are the guards, Cooper is the center. Lampley, Spraggins, Locklear are next men up. Hopefully Crawford can be the swing tackle. If we can stay reasonably healthy everyone else should be focused on being quality depth.
I hope you’re right, but I don’t know if Carvin has the quick feet to play LT. We have a bunch of guys who are Guard/Tackle hybrids in Mays, Wright, and Calbert, but that doesn’t usually equate to the athleticism needed at LT. I think Perry has the size and athleticism to develop into that guy, but he’s so raw. Maybe Crawford is the LT they need for this offense though.

I’m bullish on Spraggins. I think he has to play. Maybe Carvin starts at Center.

Edit: Calbert, not Carvin re: the LT discussion.
 
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I think the most exciting aspect will be the fact that we will have a lot of skill position guys that can make people miss in space.
yes, I expect to see V Jones get a lot a swing/short passes on WR screens and other quick passes so the line does not have to block as long.
 
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yes, I expect to see V Jones get a lot a swing/short passes on WR screens and other quick passes so the line does not have to block as long.
I like these ''single-read'' concept plays Heupel designs as well, we will have athletes on the field that will beat 1 on 1 coverage or go up and make a play like Malachi Wideman. I see Hyatt putting up huge yards per catch numbers.
 

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