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Boise State depth chart versus University of New Mexico

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NCAA Football: Boise State at Oregon State Cole Elsasser-USA TODAY Sports

OFFENSE

Quarterback

  • Brett Rypien, SO
  • Thomas Stuart RS JR

Tailback

  • Jeremy McNichols, JR
  • Devan Demas, RS SR OR Alexander Mattison, FR

Wide receiver H

  • Thomas Sperbeck, SR.
  • Akilian Butler, SO OR Sean Modster, RS SO

Wide receiver X

  • Cedrick Wilson, JR
  • AJ Richardson, RS SO

Wide receiver Z

  • Chaz Anderson, RS SR.
  • Austin Cottrell, JR.

Tight end

  • Jake Roh, RS JR.
  • Alec Dhaenens, RS JR
  • Chase Blakeley, RS SO
  • Jake Knight, RS SO
  • Matt Pistone, RS FR

Left tackle

  • Archie Lewis, RS JR OR Will Adams, RS SR
  • John Molchon, RS FR

Left guard

  • Travis Averill, RS SR
  • Andrew Tercek, RS JR

Center

  • Mason Hampton, RS JR
  • Garrett Larson, RS FR

Right guard

  • Stephen Baggett, RS SR
  • Kellen Buhr, RS SR

Right tackle

  • Mario Yakoo, RS SR
  • John Molchon, RS FR

DEFENSE

End

  • Sam McCaskill, RS SR
  • Durrant Miles, SO OR Sam Whitney, RS FR

Nose tackle

  • David Moa, RS SO
  • Sonatone Lui, FR

Defensive Tackle

  • Elliot Hoyte, RS SR
  • Austin Silsby, RS JR
  • Daniel Auelua, JR

Stud end

  • Gabe Perez, RS JR OR Jabril Frazier, RS SO
  • Sam Whitney, RS FR

Weak-side linebacker

  • Ben Weaver, RS SR
  • Leighton Vander Esch, RS SO

Middle linebacker

  • Joe Martarano, RS JR OR Darren Lee, SR

Strong Side Linebacker

  • Tanner Vallejo, SR
  • Blake Whitlock, JR

Cornerback

  • Raymond Ford, RS SR OR Tyler Horton, SO

Cornerback

  • Jonathan Moxey, SR. OR Deandre Pierce, FR

Boundary Safety

  • Cameron Hartsfield, RS JR
  • Kameron Miles, RS JR

Free safety

  • Chancellor James, RS SR
  • Kekoa Nawahine, FR

Kicker

  • Tyler Rausa, SR.

Punter

  • Sean Wale, SR.

The mundane

Pretty much the whole depth chart. Only one change again. Which, again, is kind of a good thing, healthwise.

The interesting

There’s still a lot of ‘or’s on the depth chart. 6 of them.

The more interestinger

Vallejo is listed on the depth chart, despite being out the last game and a half. Moxey is also listed as a starter at corner, despite the fact that we know his appeal was not accepted and he will be serving a 2 quarter suspension for a (highly questionable) ‘targeting’ penalty vs Utah State.

The most interestingest

The only actual change to the depth chart this week: Kekoa Nawahine has officially replaced Evan Tyler on the depth chart, behind Chance James at free safety. Tyler, however, was listed as an ‘or’. Kekoa is listed definitively as James’s backup.

For those that have yet to hear, this change was necessitated due to an unfortunate injury (ACL tear) that will keep Evan Tyler out for the rest of the year. He is not eligible for a medical redshirt.

Your Turn

Anything else about the roster that should be discussed? What are your thoughts?