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Boise State Depth Chart Vs Baylor

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  • Brett Rypien, SO
  • Thomas Stuart RS JR


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

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


  • 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



  • 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 OR Daniel Auelua, JR

Stud end

  • Jabril Frazier, RS SO OR Durrant Miles, SO
  • Sam Whitney, RS FR

Weak-side linebacker

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

Middle linebacker

  • Darren Lee, SR
  • Tyson Maeva, FR

Strong Side Linebacker

  • Blake Whitlock, JR
  • Kam Miles, RS JR


  • Tyler Horton, SO
  • Raymond Ford, RS SR


  • Jonathan Moxey, SR.
  • Deandre Pierce, FR

Boundary Safety

  • Dylan Sumner-Gardner, RS SO
  • Kekoa Nawahine, FR

Free safety

  • Chanceller James, RS SR
  • Cameron Hartsfield, RS JR


  • Tyler Rausa, SR.


Sean Wale, SR.


This depth chart is identical to the one released just prior to the Air Force game. It’s the only one that I’ve received from Boise State sports information since that game (on the 15th), so it is the ‘official’ depth chart. That said, there are two obvious changes that need to be made: Jabril Frazier and Dylan Sumner-Gardner have both been ruled out for this game. Frazier was ruled out with a shoulder injury and Gardner with...super-unfortunately-no-longer-with-the-team-itis.

So, who takes their places? With Jabril, it seems that his alternate is already built into the depth chart, and it’s logical to assume that Bronco coaches will remove the ‘or’ designation and just put Durrant Miles in as the starter at end, opposite McCaskill.

With DSG’s absence, there is actually a pretty well established precedent that Cameron Hartsfield will be the one to take his place. With that move, we also would have the benefit of knowing what the on-field product looks like, and it’s actually really good. Hartsfield was very solid to start the year, and has been a reliable player all season. There should be minimal drop-off with him taking over the spot.

But what are your thoughts? Tell us in the comments!