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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Official Post-Spring Depth Chart

Revised with all walk-ons...

OFFENSE:

Split End
12 Tavarres King (6-1, 180, RSo.)
16 Kris Durham (6-5, 209, Sr.)
15 Marlon Brown (6-5, 200, So.)
25 Rhett McGowan (6-0, 182, RFr.)
23 Greg Lanier (6-1, 185, RFr.)

Left Tackle
60 Clint Boling (6-5, 304, Sr.)
67 Jonathan Owens (6-4, 294, RSo.)

Left Guard
71 Cordy Glenn (6-5, 328, Jr.)
64 Dallas Lee (6-4, 296, RFr.)
65 John Bodin (6-6, 300, RSo.)

Center
61 Ben Jones (6-3, 300, Jr..)
68 Chris Burnette (6-2, 290, RFr.)
58 Ben Reynolds (6-2, 245, RFr.)

Right Guard
63 Chris Davis (6-4, 295, Sr.)
76 Ben Harden (6-3, 300, Jr.)
55 Josh Parrish (6-4, 290, RFr.)

Right Tackle
78 Josh Davis (6-6, 300, Sr.)
66 Kolton Houston (6-5, 270, Fr.)

Tight End
7 Orson Charles (6-3, 230, So.)
81 Aron White (6-4, 236, Jr.)
89 Bruce Figgins (6-4, 260, Jr.)
88 Arthur Lynch (6-5, 250, So.)
86 Derek Rich (6-5, 245, Sr.)

Quarterback
11 Aaron Murray (6-1, 206, RFr.)
6 Logan Gray (6-2, 192, Jr.)

Fullback
49 Shaun Chapas (6-2, 245, Sr.)
43 Kevin Lanier (5-11, 209, RSo.)
39 Dustin Royston (5-11, 230, RFr.)
43 Charles White (6-1, 224, Jr.)
44 Josh Sailors (5-9, 225, Jr.)
22 Matt Sweat (5-11, 231, So.)
31 Chris Young (6-5, 215, Fr.)

Tailback
3 Washaun Ealey (5-11, 205, So.)
30 Carlton Thomas (5-7, 180, RSo.
27 Dontavius Jackson (5-10, 205, RSo.)
45 Brian Brewer (5-10, 215, Sr.)
36 Wes Van Dyk (6-0, 208, Jr.)
29 Alex Parsons (5-9, 196, Jr.)

Flanker
8 A.J. Green (6-4, 207, Jr.)
17 Rantavious Wooten (5-10, 170, So.)
3 Taylor Bradberry (6-3, 197, RSo.)
87 Brandon Harton (5-5, 170, Fr.)

Injured
48 Fred Munzenmaier (6-2, 240, Sr.)
4 Caleb King (5-11, 210, Jr.)
27 Cameron Allen (6-1, 209, RSo.)
70 A.J. Harmon (6-5, 310, RSo.)
77 Trinton Sturdivant (6-5, 306, Jr.)
73 Austin Long (6-5, 295, RFr.)
54 Tanner Strickland (6-5, 328, Jr.)
36 Cortney Newmans (5-9, 219, Jr.)
28 Israel Troupe (6-1, 215, Jr.)
19 Craig Sager (6-2, 209, Sr.)

DEFENSE:

Left End
93 Abry Jones (6-3, 290, So.)
97 Brandon Wood (6-1, 286, Sr.)
85 Derrick Lott (6-4, 295, RFr.)
64 Matthew DeGenova (6-1, 225, Jr.)

Nose
94 DeAngelo Tyson (6-2, 294, Jr.)
98 Kwame Geathers (6-6, 326, RFr.)
98 Candler Cook (6-3, 250, Jr.)

Right End
58 Demarcus Dobbs (6-2, 274, Sr.)
74 Kiante Tripp (6-6, 275, Sr.)
86 Nick Franks (6-2, 250, Jr.)

Sam LB
83 Cornelius Washington (6-4, 248, RSo.)
50 Darryl Gamble (6-2, 250, Sr.)
33 Chase Vasser (6-3, 215, RFr.)
41 Ricky Lowe (6-7, 235, So.)

Will LB
42 Justin Houston (6-3, 259, Jr.)
95 Reuben Faloughi (6-5, 232, RFr.)
15 Brock Boleman (6-6, 223, RFr.)

Mike LB
51 Akeem Dent (6-2, 233, Sr.)
35 Mike Gilliard (6-2, 200, So.)
37 Akeem Hebron (6-1, 223, Sr.)
49 Jason Veal (5-11, 223, RSo.)
47 Chris Grund (6-0, 220, Sr.)
30 Micah King (5-10, 220, Jr.)

Mo LB
45 Christian Robinson (6-2, 216, RSo.)
38 Marcus Dowtin (6-2, 220, Jr.)
22 Richard Samuel, 6-2, 222, Jr.)
26 Jeremy Sulek (6-1, 218, RSo.)
48 Jackson Griffeth (6-2, 196, RSo.)

Cornerback
2 Brandon Boykin (5-10, 185, Jr.)
1 Branden Smith (5-11, 175, So.)
47 Chad Gloer (5-10, 193, Sr.)
13 Blake Sailors (5-11, 185, RFr.)
4 Luis Capella (5-10, 170 RFr.)

Strong Safety
39 Nick Williams (6-2, 219, Jr.)
31 Quintin Banks (6-2, 213, Sr.)
36 Shawn Williams (6-1, 195, So.)
16 Josh Murray (6-2, 204, Sr.)

Free Safety
18 Bacarri Rambo (6-0, 210, RSo.)
23 Jakar Hamilton (6-2, 196, Jr.)
87 Eric Elliot (5-9, 186, Jr.)

Cornerback
25 Vance Cuff (5-11, 177, Sr.)
19 Sanders Commings (6-2, 214, RSo.)
10 Jordan Love (6-0, 185, RFr.)
28 Corey Dunson (6-0, 192, RFr.)

Injured
79 Justin Anderson (6-5, 330, Jr.)
53 Jeremy Longo (6-3, 255, RSo.)

SPECIALISTS:

Punter
13 Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr.)
57 Blair Walsh (5-10, 185, Jr.)
99 Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.)

Kicker
57 Blair Walsh (5-10, 185, Jr.)
31 Brandon Bogotay (6-3, 200, Jr.)
99 Jamie Lindley (5-11, 168, Jr.)

Snapper
69 Ty Frix (6-1, 206, RSo.)
86 Derek Rich (6-5, 245, Sr.)
94 Billy Johnson (6-0, 225, RSo.)

Holder
13 Drew Butler (6-2, 203, Jr.)

Notes:
*Richt confirmed Caleb King is a co-No. 1 at tailback.

*Don't read too much into the free safety vs. strong safety, etc. Most players have been crosstraining and it won't necessarily mean that Jakar Hamilton has to beat out Bacarri Rambo for playing time. It's just how they have them listed on the depth chart.

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad Murray is listed as the #1 QB

Anonymous said...

That is a fine looking roster, defense please surprise me (in a good way)! Go Dawgs!

Greg said...

Most interesting thing on the depth chart to me is that Orson Charles is listed as the #1 TE.

Ben said...

So Marlon is 3rd on the depth chart? WAY too early to use the "bust" word but man, I think it's safe to say he may not be the all world guy we thought he would be.

Anonymous said...

I appreciate all that you do and am sure you have a lot of work on your hands, but it's Taylor Bradberry, not Bradburry

Ginny said...

Christian Robinson over Dowtin and Samuel? Must've had a nice spring.

Ginny said...

One more thing- As much as we've talked about how inexperienced our secondary is going to be, there's A LOT of talent there. Seeing it on paper just reaffirmed that to me.

Anonymous said...

Looks good, but we don't have the experienced depth on OL that I thought. Need to get some of these hurt guys healthy by fall.

On D, Robinson over Dowtin? I read that Dowtin can be inconsistent at times. I won't be surprised to see Dowtin at #1 spring. Will be a good battle.

Reptillicide said...

Really really really like our secondary.

Anonymous said...

I just read that Gray was put at #2 over Mett before he was dismissed from the team. With the spring that ZM had, I'm sure he wasn't to happy to have heard this piece of news. I wish him the best wherever he goes, and hope he doesn't come back to beat us.

Anonymous said...

Anon 415,
where did you read that gray was put at #2 before mett was off the team? Can you post the link.

King Jericho said...

@Anon 4:20

http://georgia.scout.com/2/964624.html

Last paragraph.

Anonymous said...

I was under the impression that Jakar Hamilton and Rambo played different positions so they could potentially be back there at the same time. Did Hit Man move? Or are safeties fairly interchangeable? I admit the FS/SS distinction is maybe the football issue I know the least about.

Anonymous said...

our two starting tight ends are a little light...the OL blocking will be affected...third and fourth tight ends are plenty big...

JONATHAN ASHER said...

Biggest surprise to me is that Darryl Gamble went from being a starting linebacker with senior leadership to a backup OLB role. I know they said they wanted to use him at both ILB and OLB, but it sucks for him to be demoted in the process.

Calder said...

Let the best men play...

Todd said...

Wow, I never knew we had that many FB's.
Also, I'm a little surprised by the depth charts at LB, but I agree - let the best men play. In that regard, I'm encouraged the coaches are doing just that.

Kathleen said...

Don't call bust on Marlon! It might be that we just have THAT much talent to choose from.

It ain't done 'till it's done.

Anonymous said...

Anon 4:20

I read the comment about Gray being the #2 QB at the time of ZM's dismissal this afternoon. It was in AJC (Tim Tucker) or georgiabulldogs.com. I have not read anything else. The poster Jericho also seems to have read it. However, after going back to link it, I noticed the comment is not on either source. Tucker's article was written at 3:35 but he modified the article at 7PM. Tucker references the question but Richt's response was changed.

I know what I read, and I know I read it in one or both of those sources because I don't believe 90% of what I read on a lot of blogsites. The only reason I mentioned it was because I knew it came from a credible site and because the comment surprised me. It now seems that this comment was a misquote or was too sensitive to be kept in print because I think it's been changed.

Anonymous said...

Is brown a bust or can Tony Ball recognize talent if it hit him in the face? Knowshon Moreno was redshirted under Ball

Ginny said...

Not to hate on a walk-on, but is Brandon Harton (flanker) seriously 5'5, cus that's just cute.

BTW, David, do you think you could do a piece sometime on what being a "walk-on" entails? Do they practice as often as the rest of the team or what? Just curious.

Dawg19 said...

Ginny...

A walk-on is no different from any of the other players except he doesn't have a scholarship. A walk-on is usually somebody that the coaches invite to try-out for the team with the understanding that they don't have a scholarship but can possibly earn one eventually.

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