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Boise State VS Utah State Depth Chart

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Decided to get fancy and add heights and weights this year. Just because. Please enjoy the first Boise State Depth chart of 2020!

WIDE RECEIVER (X)

1 Octavius Evans, Sr. 6-1, 204

18 Billy Bowens, RsSo. 6-1, 193 -OR-

27 Shea Whiting, RsFr. 6-2, 193

WIDE RECEIVER (H)

6 CT Thomas, Sr. 5-8, 175

15 Maclaine Griffin, Rs So. 6-2, 196

WIDE RECEIVER (Z)

2 Khalil Shakir, Jr. 6-0, 190

82 Stefan Cobbs, RsSo. 6-0, 184 -OR-

23 Khyheem Waleed RsFr. 6-0, 199

LEFT TACKLE

70 John Ojukwu, RsJr. 6-6, 301

66 Ben Dooley RsFr. 6-5, 315

LEFT GUARD

69 Garrett Curran RsSo. 6-5, 304

72 Dallas Holliday RsSo. 6-3, 309

CENTER

55 Kekaniokoa Holomalia-Gonzalez RsSo. 6-3, 309

71 Donte Harrington RsSr. 6-2, 304

RIGHT GUARD

68 Jake Stetz RsSr. 6-2, 308

74 Jacob Golden RsFr. 6-5, 288

RIGHT TACKLE

73 Nick Crabtree RsSr. 6-7, 315 -OR-

69 Garrett Curran, RsFr.

TIGHT END

85 John Bates RsSr. 6-6, 256

3 Riley Smith RsSo. 6-4, 225 -OR-

88 Tyneil Hopper RsSo. 6-2, 238

Quarterback

19 Hank Bachmeier So. 6-1, 204

16 Jack Sears RsJr 6-2, 219

RUNNING BACK

24 George Holani So. 5-11, 206

21 Andrew Van Buren Jr. 6-0, 228

DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE END

38 Demetri Washington. RsSo 6-3, 272

55 Shane Irwin RsJr. 6-3, 263

NOSE TACKLE

90 Scale Igiehon Jr. 6-2, 293

97 Keeghan Freeborn RsSo. 6-1, 317

95 Divine Obichere Jr. 6-3. 314

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

99 Scott Matlock RsSo. 6-4, 282

94 Jackson Cravens RsSo. 6-2, 292

STUD (STAND UP END)

53 Sam Whitney 6Y-Sr. 6-2, 225

30 Isaiah Bagnah RS-FR 6-4 244 -OR-

56 Casey Kline RsFr. 6-4, 241

MIKE (MIDDLE) LINEBACKER

7 Ezekiel Noa RsJr. 5-11, 244

25 Benton Wickersham RsSr. 6-2, 226

WILL (WEAKSIDE) LINEBACKER

44 Riley Whimpey Sr. 6-1, 233

9 Brock Miller RsSr. 6-4, 234 -OR-

48 Bruno DeRose RsSR. 5-11, 231

NICKEL

28 Kekaula Kaniho Sr. 5-10, 177

4 Rodney Robinson Fr. 5-8, 176

CORNERBACK

26 Avery Williams, RsSr. 5-9, 195

8 Markel Reed So. 6-0, 182

SAFETY

0 JL Skinner So. 6-4, 214

5 Evan Tyler 6Y-Sr. 6-2, 200

SAFETY

21 Tyreque Jones RsJr. 6-2, 187

20 Roman Kafentzis RsJr. 6-1, 202

CORNERBACK

2 Jalen Walker RsSr. 6-0, 181

22 Tyric LeBeauf RsSo. 6-2, 181

SPECIAL TEAMS

KICKER

35 Jonah Dalmas Fr. 5-8, 161 -OR-

46 Joel Velazquez RsSr. 6-0, 224

PUNTER

46 Joel Velazquez RsSr. 6-0, 224

SNAPPER

42 Daniel Cantrell RsJr. 6-0, 240

65 Koby Tryggestad Fr. 6-1, 260

HOLDER

HOLD 89 Connor Riddle RrSo. 6-1, 210

KICKOFF

46 Joel Velazquez RsSr. 6-0, 224

KICK RETURNER

2 Khalil Shakir Jr. 6-0, 190 -OR-

26 Avery Williams RsSr. 5-9, 195

PUNT RETURNER

26 Avery Williams RsSr. 5-9, 195

2 Khalil Shakir Jr. 6-0, 190

Notable Notes

  • So...Demetri Washington bulked up! If I recall correctly, He was only in the high 230s last year. Tipping (possibly literally) the scales now at 272?? And at DE now instead of STUD. I’m intrigued!
  • Elder statesmen Sam Whitney and Evan Tyler are both back for a sixth year of eligibility. Having veterans like that is a very, very good thing. Especially—in Sam’s case—on the defensive line, where Boise State is breaking in a whole lot of young Broncos
  • Speaking of young defensive linemen (and bulking up), Bagnah and Kline seem to have both added some functional girth and should be very exciting to watch this year. Lucky for us Bagnah played his high school ball in Canada, otherwise we might have had to fight off a lot more Power 5 programs for his services.
  • Jalen Walker has decided to become the Austin Pettis of the defense (or Matt Miller. Or Khalil Shakir—whichever you prefer!) and don the number ‘2’. JL Skinner, on the other hand, has decided to forgo numbers with values entirely and will be wearing the newly available ‘0’.
  • No Chase Cord on the depth chart. Wtf, mate? Appears he’s got more to recover from than we suspected. Which means it’s actually a great thing that former USC quarterback, Jack Sears, has come into the fold as a backup to Bachmeier. He’ll also probably have some plays in some gameplans just for him.
  • Boise State still has an EMBARRASSMENT of riches at wide receiver. And that is good. Very very good.
  • Nick Crabtree was always tall. He also was once a tight end. He is now, however, an extra imposing right tackle now that he’s up to 315 lbs. Position changes don’t always work out, so good on that dude for sticking it out! He appears to have secured a starting spot due to his perseverance.

See anything I missed? Any notes of note to add? Comment below!