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POS 1ST STRING 2ND STRING 3RD STRING OTHERS INJURED
-------------------- OFFENSE --------------------
QB 3 - Logan Thomas (r-Sr.) 6 - Mark Leal (r-Jr.) 12 - Trey Gresh (r-Jr.)
9- Brenden Motley (r-Fr.) Bucky Hodges (Fr.)
16 - Carlis Parker (Fr.) --
TB 4 - J.C. Coleman (So.) 14 - Trey Edmunds (r-Fr.)
22 - Tony Gregory (r-Sr.)
20 - Michael Holmes (r-So.)
28 - Chris Mangus (r-Fr.) 39 - Daniel Dyer (r-So.) DJ Reid (Fr.)
FB Greg Gaddell (r-Jr.) 25 - Jerome Wright (Fr.) 46 - Griffin Hite (r-Fr.) Fuller Hoepner (r-Jr.) 32 - Riley Beiro (r-Jr.)
FL 80 - Demitri Knowles (r-So.) 19 - Kevin Asante (r-So.) 82 - Willie Byrn (r-So.) Deon Newsome (Fr.)
15 - Joel Caleb (r-Fr.) 83- Charley Meyer (r-Fr.) Malcolm Westbrook (r-Fr.) --
SE 18 - D.J. Coles (r-Sr.) 5 - Josh Stanford (r-Fr) 85 - E.L. Smiling (r-Jr.) 21 - Mark Irick (r-Fr.)
Austin Jones (r-Fr.) David Prince (Fr.)
TE 88 - Ryan Malleck (Jr.) 81 - Duan Perez-Means 33 - Darius Redman (r-So.) 49 - Dakota Jackson (r-Fr.)
86 - Zack McCray (r-Jr.) 95 - Jack Willenbrock (r-Fr.)
LT 69 - Mark Shuman (r-Jr.) 72 - Augie Conte (r-Fr.) 71- Jonathan McLaughlin (Fr.)
LG 76 - David Wang (r-Sr.) 52 - Nick Acree (r-Jr.) 62 - Ross Ward (r-Fr.) Braxton Pfaff (Fr.) --
C 74 - Andrew Miller (r-Sr.) 79 - Caleb Farris (Jr.) Kyle Chung (Fr.) --
RG 55 - Brent Benedict (r-Jr.) 64 - Matt Arkema (r-Jr.) 75 - Adam Taraschke (r-Fr.) Marcus Mapp (r-So.)
RT 63 - Laurence Gibson (r-Jr.) 70 - Jake Goins (r-So.) 75 - Adam Taraschke (r-Fr.) 67- Parker Osterloh (Fr.)
-------------------- DEFENSE --------------------
End 42 - J.R. Collins (r-Sr.) 96 - Corey Marshall (Jr.) 91 - Matt Roth (r-So.) Wyatt Teller (Fr.) 43 - Seth Dooley (Fr.)
Stud 99 - James Gayle (r-Sr.) 66 - Tyrel Wilson (r-Sr.) 90 - Dadi Nicholas (r-So.) 4 - Ken Ekanem (r-Fr.) 53 - Jarontay Jones (r-Fr.)
87 - Dewayne Alford (r-Fr.)
DT 98 - Derrick Hopkins (Sr.) 95- Nigel Williams (r-Fr.) 60 - Woody Baron (Fr.) 93 - Justin Taylor (r-So.)
DT 92 - Luther Maddy (Jr.) 97 - Kris Harley (r-So.) 94 - Alston Smith (r-Fr.)
Mike 58 - Jack Tyler (r-Sr.) 36 - Chase Williams (r-Jr.) 44 - Devin Vandyke (r-Fr.) Andrew Motuapuaka (Fr.)
Backer 24 - Tariq Edwards (r-Sr.) 40 - Deon Clarke (r-Fr.) 35 - Dahman McKinnon (r-Fr.)
Whip 37 - Ronny Vandyke (r-So.) Josh Trimble (r-So.) 41 - Derek DiNardo (r-Jr.) Jamieon Moss (Fr.) --
CB 17 - Kyle Fuller (Sr.) 31 - Brandon Facyson (Fr.) Carl Jackson (r-Jr.) Kendall Fuller (Fr.) -
CB 2 - Donovan Riley (So.) 30 - Donaldven Manning (So.) 13- Davion Tookes (r-Fr.) Cequan Jefferson (Fr.) --1 - Antone Exum (r-Sr.)
FS 8 - Detrick Bonner (r-Jr.) Greg Jones (r-Fr.) 23 - Der'Woun Greene (r-Fr.) Charles Clark (Fr.)
Holland Fisher (Fr.) --
ROV 34 - Kyshoen Jarrett (Jr.) 26 - Desmond Frye (r-Fr.) Zach Snell (r-Fr.) Anthony Shegog (Fr.) -
-------------------- SPECIAL TEAMS --------------------
PK 89 - Cody Journell (r-Sr.) 45 - Brooks Abbott (So.) --
KO 38 - Michael Branthover (Jr.) Ethan Keyserling (r-Jr.) 89 - Cody Journell (r-Sr.) --
P A.J. Hughes (So.) 38 - Michael Branthover (Jr.) Hunter Windmuller (r-Fr.) Ethan Keyserling (r-Jr.) --
LS (FG) 65 - Joe St. Germain (r-Jr.) 59 - Eddie D'Antuono (r-Fr.) Colton Taylor (Fr.)
DS (PUNTS) 65 - Joe St. Germain (r-Jr.) 59 - Eddie D'Antuono (r-Fr.) Colton Taylor (Fr.)
KR 4 - J.C. Coleman (So.) 80 - Demitri Knowles (r-So.) 22 - Tony Gregory (r-Sr.) 19 - Kevin Asante (r-So.) --
PR 34 - Kyshoen Jarrett (Jr.) 20 - Michael Holmes (r-So.) --
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Love Moss is slated at Whip.
Teller will be starting by the end of the year. I'd hate to be an opposing OL going against a hoss like teller. Also excited about edmunds.
Did Fisher qualify?
Edmunds ran a sub 4.4 time in testing pretty fast for 215 pounds
I hope he is that good, but I doubt it this early. Will be a beast for sure in time, but that is a little much for a true freshman on the DL which is already a position of strength.
Knowles has great skills at KR. I believe Jarrett is a good punt returner, especially if the punt return team could get their act together this season.
I agree that Jarrett is a good punt returner, but I hope we can find someone else. He is too valuable to lose on defense.
I like Teller a lot, but I doubt he's gonna be starting over all those guys in front of him unless its due to injury. I think even working his way into the rotation would be pretty precocious for a true freshman at DE.
i just add 0.2 onto whatever time they say the players run. they always seem exaggerated
This post was edited by EastStandsMike 13 months ago
"I don't care what nobody say I'm a be me, stay hood stay real, cause I'm out here grindin'" -Frank Beamer
True dat. Lot of talent and experience ahead of him.
I'm still hoping Mangus can jump Gregory and Holmes. Edmunds/JC/Mangus is my dream backfield for this season. They all sound like gamebreakers if we can get any improvement from the OL.
What's going on with Joel Caleb? What's the big thing he needs to work on before he starts moving up the depth chart?
would Caleb consider a move to Rov or FS, or is he set on WR? thanks
Imo he would be much more valuable at fs than wr. We are thin in the def backfield and by all accounts he could be an AA caliber safety with excellent size. I know he prefers wr, but maybe it's time the coaches make him realize his best interests, and the team's, are at s. I bet TG agrees.
Why are people already deciding Caleb should move to S? I think he will be a great WR?
Well between Motley and Caleb, one of them needs to play defense.
I trust the Defense a lot more than the offense. We need as many playmakers on offense as possible no need to move people right now.
Exactly. Remember he was a QB in high school. Plus he has a different coach in Moorehead so he will have to learn different techniques and coaching than what he learned under Sherman.
Moorehead loves him and thinks he has all the tools to be good one.
It is because he would be an ever better Safety. No question that he will be a great WR, but his highest potential is at S.
Not trying to be argumentative but how do you know?
I trust 5284's assessments, and his film points in that direction as well. Watch his highlights on the D side and you'll see what I mean... he has a nose for the ball and hits like a truck!
I'm sure all that's true but we need some explosive players at WR. We always usually get good DBs but we've been lacking at WR more so than at DB over the years.
This post was edited by HokieDan23 12 months ago
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