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Auburn's opening game depth chart released

AUBURN, Ala. (WTVM) - There's a new coach, a new offensive style, a new defensive scheme, and as of Wednesday afternoon, the Auburn Tigers now have an official two-deep depth chart.

Head coach Gus Malzahn finally revealed the team's official starters and backups, but it's not quite the traditional depth chart.

The offense lists 13 different positions, not 11, to cover all the different formations they'll be using on Saturday when they open the season against Washington State.

Here it is, in all its glory:

AUBURN vs. WASHINGTON STATE DEPTH CHART

QB          14           NICK MARSHALL (6-1, 210, Jr.)

                12           Jonathan Wallace (6-2, 206, So.) OR

                  6            Jeremy Johnson (6-5, 219, Fr.)

 

RB           21           TRE MASON (5-10, 205, Jr.)

                44           Cameron Artis-Payne (5-11, 210, Jr.)

 

HB          35           JAY PROSCH (6-0, 258, Sr.)

                40           Gage Batten (6-0, 235, RFr.)

 

TE           11           BRANDON FULSE (6-4, 263, Jr.) OR

                81           C.J. UZOMAH (6-4, 258, Jr.)

 

WR         18           SAMMIE COATES (6-2, 201, So.) OR

                81           C.J. UZOMAH (6-4, 258, Jr.)

 

WR         89           JAYLON DENSON (6-3, 219, Jr.)

              11           Brandon Fulse (6-4, 263, Jr.)

 

WR           4            QUAN BRAY (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                1             Trovon Reed (6-0, 190, Jr.)

 

WR           5            RICARDO LOUIS (6-2, 215, So.)

                80           Marcus Davis (5-9, 176, Fr.)

 

LT            73           GREG ROBINSON (6-5, 320, So.)

               72           Shon Coleman (6-6, 299, RFr.)

 

LG           63           ALEX KOZAN (6-4, 297, RFr.)

               53           Devonte Danzey (6-4, 282, So.)

 

C             50           REESE DISMUKES (6-3, 297, Jr.)

               65           Tunde Fariyike (6-2, 305, Jr.)

               

RG           62           CHAD SLADE (6-5, 313, Jr.)

               76           Jordan Diamond (6-6, 315, RFr.)

 

RT           51           PATRICK MILLER (6-7, 283, So.)

               56           Avery Young (6-6, 304, RFr.)

 

 

 

DE           13           CRAIG SANDERS (6-4, 245, Sr.)

                94           Nosa Eguae (6-3, 269, Sr.) OR

                97           Elijah Daniel (6-2, 264, Fr.)

 

DT           98           ANGELO BLACKSON (6-4, 310, Jr.)

                 1           Montravius Adams (6-4, 305, Fr.) OR

                93           JaBrian Niles (6-2, 293, So.)

 

DT          54           JEFFREY WHITAKER (6-4, 310, Sr.) OR

              90           GABE WRIGHT (6-3, 296, Jr.)

              50           Ben Bradley (6-1, 295, Jr.)

 

DE           10           LaDARIUS OWENS (6-2, 250, Jr.)

                92           Kenneth Carter (6-4, 280, Sr.) OR

                55           Carl Lawson (6-2, 258, Fr.)

 

MLB         5            JAKE HOLLAND (6-1, 240, Sr.)

                17           Kris Frost (6-2, 238, So.)

 

WLB         8            CASSANOVA McKINZY (6-3, 246, So.)

                43           Anthony Swain (6-2, 239, So.) OR

                16           JaViere Mitchell (6-2, 205, RFr.)

 

Star        26           JUSTIN GARRETT (6-1, 218, Jr.)

               27           Robenson Therezie (5-9, 204, Jr.)

 

CB             6            JONATHON MINCY (5-10, 200, Jr.)

                37           Kamryn Melton (5-10, 173, Fr.)

 

FS             9            JERMAINE WHITEHEAD (5-11, 201, Jr.)

                24           Ryan Smith (6-2, 194, Sr.)

 

BS           15           JOSHUA HOLSEY (5-11, 197, So.)

                25           Kiehl Frazier (6-2, 224, Jr.)

 

CB           11           CHRIS DAVIS (5-11, 200, Sr.)

                19           Ryan White (5-11, 196, Sr.)

 

 

PK           36           CODY PARKEY (6-0, 190, Sr.)

               38           Daniel Carlson (6-4, 205, Fr.)

 

P             30           STEVEN CLARK (6-5, 230, Sr.)

               28           Jimmy Hutchinson (6-2, 190, Fr.)

 

H            19           RYAN WHITE (5-11, 196, Sr.)

               12           Jonathan Wallace (6-2, 206, S0.)

 

DS           59           JAKE LEMBKE (6-2, 240, Sr.)

                48           FORREST HILL (6-1, 247, Jr.)

 

KR           21           Tre Mason (5-10, 205, Jr.)

                20           Corey Grant (5-11, 205, Jr.)

                  4            Quan Bray (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                 5            Ricardo Louis (6-2, 215, So.)

               

PR           11           Chris Davis (5-11, 200, Sr.)

                 4            Quan Bray (5-10, 186, Jr.)

                 1            Trovon Reed (6-0, 190, Jr.)

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