OSU Insider in-depth: 2010 projected depth chart
by Brandon Chatmon
Here’s a in-depth look at OSU’s projected depth chart for the 2010 opener against Washington State. Keep in mind the spring will make things a lot clearer and this is only a projection for the opener. I wouldn’t be surprised to see several things change by the end of the 2010 season.
Projected depth chart for Oklahoma State’s 2010 opener against Washington State
QB: Brandon Weeden, Jr. Weeden wins the job and starts the opener against Washington State. Top Backup: Alex Cate, Sr. I expect Cate to open the season as the backup, simply because of his experience in the system.
HB: Kendall Hunter, Sr. Hunter is looking to return to his 2008 form with the goal to play on Sundays. Top Backup: Jeremy Smith, RFr. Smith has the talent to be one of the best backups in the Big 12.
WR: Hubert Anyiam, Jr. This offseason is key for Anyiam to prove he can be “the guy” at receiver. Top Backup: Michael Harrison, RFr. Don’t be surprised if Harrison finds his way into the starting lineup.
WR: Justin Blackmon, Soph. Made plays as a freshman, more expected as a sophomore. Top Backup: Dameron Fooks, Jr. Made some plays in 2009, needs to show better consistency.
WR: Josh Cooper, Jr. Solid in the slot, needs to stay healthy. Top Backup: Tracy Moore, Soph. Moore surprised in 2009, may have the best hands on the team.
TE: Wilson Youman, Jr. Solid tight end who is dependable and does everything well. Top Backup: Justin Horton, Soph. Has plenty of talent needs to become a more complete tight end.
T: Levy Adcock, Jr. A versatile player, Adcock may play guard or tackle. Top Backup: Parker Graham, RFr. Has gained 40 pounds since his arrival on campus, has great potential.
T: Nick Martinez, Jr. Don’t be surprised if Graham earns a spot at either tackle position. Top Backup: Graham. Has gained 40 pounds since his arrival on campus, has great potential.
G: Lane Taylor, Soph. The lone returning starter on the offensive line. Top Backup: Anthony Morgan, Sr. After a year playing Division I football, Morgan should be more comfortable.
G: Brandon Webb, RFr. Webb has impressed during his redshirt season but Rush was a projected starter in 2009 before an shoulder injury forced him to miss the season. Top Backup: Jonathan Rush, Jr. Was slated to start in 2009 before his injury.
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