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The official “depth chart” is always a thing that comes with a grain of salt and often won’t change much week to week. Week one, however, typically comes with a large stack of changes. Also, in order to make it at least a useful tool, I’ve added hyperlinks to the players’ countdown pages this year. Enjoy!

WIDE RECEIVER (X)

1 Octavius Evans, RsSr. 6-1, 210

18 Billy Bowens, RsJr. 6-1, 193

WIDE RECEIVER (H)

2 Khalil Shakir, Sr. 6-0, 190

6 CT Thomas, 5ySr. 5-8, 175

WIDE RECEIVER (Z)

5 Stefan Cobbs, RsJr. 6-0, 185

17 Davis Koetter, RsSr. 6-2, 195

LEFT TACKLE

70 John Ojukwu, RsSr. 6-6, 303

74 Jacob Golden, RsSo. 6-5, 305

LEFT GUARD

75 Will Farrar, RsSr. 6-5, 322 -OR-

69 Garrett Curran, RsJr. 6-5, 305

CENTER

71 Donte Harrington, 6ySr. 6-2, 305

55 Kekaniokoa Holomalia-Gonzalez, RsJr. 6-2, 300

RIGHT GUARD

68 Jake Stetz, 6ySr. 6-2, 311

72 Dallas Holliday, RsJr. 6-3, 318

RIGHT TACKLE

66 Ben Dooley, RsSo. 6-5, 305

77 Uzo Osuji, 6ySr. 6-8, 305

TIGHT END

3 Riley Smith, RsJr. 6-5, 238

88 Tyneil Hopper, RsJr. 6-2, 242

87 Kurt Rafdal, RsSr. 6-7, 240

86 Tyler Eiguren, RsSo. 6-3, 245

Quarterback

19 Hank Bachmeier, Jr. 6-1, 210

16 Jack Sears, RsSr. 6-2, 213

10 Taylen Green, Fr. 6-6, 215

RUNNING BACK

24 George Holani, RsSo. 5-11, 205

4 Cyrus Habibi-Likio, RsSr. 6-1, 210

21 Andrew Van Buren, Sr. 6-0, 240

DEFENSE

DEFENSIVE END

55 Shane Irwin, RsSr. 6-3, 260

19 Aisa Kelemete, RsSr. 6-4, 250

NOSE TACKLE

90 Scale Igiehon, Sr. 6-2, 290 -OR-

94 Jackson Cravens, RsJr. 6-2, 305

95 Divine Obichere, Sr. 6-3. 295

DEFENSIVE TACKLE

99 Scott Matlock, RsJr. 6-4, 295

92 Michael Callahan, RsSo. 6-3, 280 -OR-

95 Divine Obichere, Sr. 6-3. 295

EDGE

38 Demetri Washington, RsJr. 6-3, 270

30 Isaiah Bagnah, RsSo 6-4 225

MIKE (MIDDLE) LINEBACKER

7 Ezekiel Noa, RsSr. 5-11, 240

52 D.J. Schramm, RsJr. 6-0, 231

WILL (WEAKSIDE) LINEBACKER

44 Riley Whimpey, 5ySr. 6-1, 231

3 Brandon Hawkins, RsJr. 6-2, 220

NICKEL

28 Kekaula Kaniho, 5ySr. 5-11, 188

4 Rodney Robinson, RsFr. 5-8, 177

BCB (BOUNDARY CORNERBACK)

8 Markel Reed, Jr. 6-0, 190

24 Damon Cole, RsSr 6-0, 185

BS (BOUNDARY SAFETY)

0 JL Skinner, So. 6-4, 218

34 Alexander Teubner, RsSo. 5-11, 194 -OR-

41 Jaylen Clark, RsFr. 6-2, 198

FS

21 Tyreque Jones, RsSr. 6-2, 205

23 Seyi Oladipo, Fr. 5-11, 194

FCB (FIELD CORNERBACK)

22 Tyric LeBeauf, RsJr. 6-2, 185

26 Caleb Biggers, Sr. 5-11, 196

SPECIAL TEAMS

KICKER

35 Jonah Dalmas, So. 5-8, 161

46 Joel Velazquez, 6ySr. 6-0, 220

PUNTER

46 Joel Velazquez, 6ySr. 6-0, 220

35 Jonah Dalmas, So. 5-8, 161

SNAPPER

42 Daniel Cantrell, RsSr. 6-0, 241

65 Mason Hutton, Fr 6-6, 217

HOLDER

89 Connor Riddle, RrJr. 6-1, 220

28 Kekaula Kaniho, 5ySr. 5-11, 188

KICKOFF

46 Joel Velazquez, 6ySr. 6-0, 220

KICK RETURNER

2 Khalil Shakir, Sr. 6-0, 190

5 Stefan Cobbs, RsJr. 6-0, 185

PUNT RETURNER

2 Khalil Shakir, Sr. 6-0, 190

5 Stefan Cobbs, RsJr. 6-0, 185

Notable Notes

  • Will Farrar ended up supplanting Garrett Curran at left guard
  • Donte Harrington seems to have made the most of his extra year by winning the starting center job over Holomalia-Gonzalez.
  • Ben Dooley has come a long way since getting snaps on the defensive side of the ball last year in a COVID-caused pinch. He is now ten pounds lighter and the starting right tackle.
  • Riley Smith added an inch of height and 13 lbs of (presumably) muscle.
  • Andrew Van Buren seems to have morphed into the second coming of Brad Lau, and—who knows—might be used more that way this season, having bulked all the way up to 240 lbs.
  • Michael Callahan was an edge guy, but appears to have bulked up to 280 to play DT.
  • Divine Obichere isn’t starting, but will be backing up NT and DT after slimming down 19 pounds
  • New change in terminology for this defense: STUD = EDGE
  • Bagnah has trimmed 19 lbs off his frame and whatever he’ll be doing in this defense at a svelte 225, it stands to reason he’ll be doing it faster.
  • Tyreque Jones was 187 last season. This year, he’s all the way up to 205. Assuming there’s not much lost in terms of speed, that’s a heck of a difference in terms of potential for physicality from the defensive backfield.

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As always...GO BRONCOS!